Iran Nuclear Deal And Future Prospects – OpEd

The historic deal between Iran and the P5+1 (US, UK, France, Russia, China and Germany has finally signed. The deal is a multilateral accord and giving Tehran sanctions’ relief in exchange for limits on its nuclear program. The US-Iran nuclear deal is the most significant breakthrough in their bilateral relationship; certainly it is the positive … Continue reading Iran Nuclear Deal And Future Prospects – OpEd

Leading American Writer Abulhawa Denied Entry To Palestine – OpEd

By Annie Robbins* Susan Abulhawa, the renowned Palestinian American novelist and political commentator, was denied entry to Palestine yesterday at the Allenby Bridge entry from Jordan. Her wrath is on full display: Denied entry to my homeland by a bunch of fucking Zionist colonizers who didn’t think I was sufficiently differential. Livid. — susan abulhawa … Continue reading Leading American Writer Abulhawa Denied Entry To Palestine – OpEd

Hillary Clinton’s Planned Parenthood Financing Connection Revealed – OpEd

While Hillary Clinton served as the Obama administration’s Secretary of State, Planned Parenthood, which is now in the midst of a gruesome scandal, had gone to Mrs. Clinton with their hats in their hand requesting and receiving millions and millions of taxpayer dollars from foreign policy agencies over the past few years, according to a … Continue reading Hillary Clinton’s Planned Parenthood Financing Connection Revealed – OpEd

The Politics Of Betrayal: Obama Backstabs Kurds To Appease Turkey – OpEd

The Kurdish militias (YPG, PKK) have been Washington’s most effective weapon in the fight against ISIS in Iraq and Syria. But the Obama administration has sold out the Kurds in order to strengthen ties with Turkey and gain access to Turkey’s Incirlik Air Base. The agreement to switch sides was made in phone call between … Continue reading The Politics Of Betrayal: Obama Backstabs Kurds To Appease Turkey – OpEd

Obama In Ethiopia: A Presidential Visit In Context – OpEd

By Seifudein Adem* In his recent book ‘The Lion of Judah in the New World’, American political scientist Theodore M. Vestal, has argued: “The images of Africa and of Africans that the American people developed during Haileselassie’s prominence will no doubt be referred to by historians, psychologists, and sociologist – as well as the media … Continue reading Obama In Ethiopia: A Presidential Visit In Context – OpEd