Guinea is a fragile democracy – and a fragile country, as witnessed by the devastating recent Ebola outbreak.
In the past two years, strikes, arson, street violence and broad-daylight assassinations have wracked Bangladesh.
In fact, none of the catastrophic predictions is accurate —and there is a better way.
This is not a deal between the United States and Iran only, but one in which the United States is merely a party among seven nations.
Will the U.S. overlook this historic moment?
The disparate treatment of war and peace is glaring, and exposes troubling hypocrisy in the U.S. Congress.
Conciliating Nazi Germany led to a war so terrible that “appeasement” has forever been transformed into an epithet.
It seems only the U.S. Senate can rescue (Judeo-Christian) Western Civilization from Obama’s perfidy.
Tehran is so knee-deep in mud that, even if the sanctions are lifted, it will require a great deal of reengineering and modernization of the country’s infrastructure to pull them out.
Saudi officials appear to be gambling with an empty nuclear hand to put pressure on Washington for enhanced support.