The Lebanese and Arabs are trying to tell Biden what they and the Trump administration have known for the past few years, namely, that Iran and its proxies -- such as Hezbollah, Hamas, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and the Houthis -- are poised to wreak havoc in the Middle East.
Six months ago, the Supreme Court narrowly rejected challenges to virus-related restrictions on churches in California and Nevada which had argued that churches were prohibited from organizing gatherings in sizes permitted in commercial entities.
The announcement of the opening of negotiations between Lebanon and Israel on the disputed gas reservoirs near the territorial waters of the two countries surprised many, though this will not be the first time talks have taken place between the two.
A lot has happened since his comments this past summer. Cannon was fired from the series Wild ‘N Out by ViacomCBS, met with Rabbi Abraham Cooper of the Simon Wiesenthal Center and apologized for his remarks on Twitter. Unlike several other celebrities who have made fast apologies and then drop the subject, Cannon has made it his mission to help change the world as he is changing himself
The reason U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East has traditionally tended towards disaster may partly be -- in addition to the elixir of wishful thinking -- because policymakers and the advisors and analysts on whom they rely are products of academic programs in which benefactors are hostile to the United States.
What is the best indication that Kissinger is wrong? Beijing at the moment is waging a concerted propaganda campaign to push his views as widely as possible. When your enemy wants you to do something, it is almost always not in your interest.
As most readers know, the life sentence itself was unprecedented for someone charged with passing classified information to an ally of the United States, a crime that ordinarily draws a sentence of 2 to 4 years. He was not charged with spying or treason.