Guinea-Bissau: The Everlasting Return To Institutional Instability – OpEd

By Paulo Gorjão Similarly to Sisyphus — condemned to push a rock up a mountain, only to see it roll down time and again to the starting point as soon as the top was reached — Guinea- Bissau also appears doomed to repeatedly and everlastingly return to a state of institutional instability. The reasons keep … Continue reading Guinea-Bissau: The Everlasting Return To Institutional Instability – OpEd

Regional Confidence Building: Final Step In Iran’s Relations With Saudi Arabia – OpEd

By Hossein Sadeghi* Achievement of the nuclear agreement, which was a direct result of Iran’s interactive approach and a major diplomatic breakthrough for our country, led to resolution of one of the biggest fake, but difficult and critical cases. Of course, this agreement was not achieved easily, but differences and challenges that faced negotiating teams … Continue reading Regional Confidence Building: Final Step In Iran’s Relations With Saudi Arabia – OpEd

Inside Emailgate: Hillary’s Latest Problem – OpEd

Hillary Clinton’s information pickle is getting bigger by the minute. Those impersonal forces of history are starting to become very personal, tying her to the mishandling of confidential material. The point here was writing and sending emails now deemed classified from a private server. The three releases of State Department emails featuring Clinton were meant … Continue reading Inside Emailgate: Hillary’s Latest Problem – OpEd

Is Obama The Worst President Ever? – OpEd

President Barack Obama is on track to go down in history as one of the, or perhaps as the worst and most criminal presidents in US history. He started out, campaigning in 2008, as someone would would restore the rule of law in US international affairs and here at home after eight years of criminality … Continue reading Is Obama The Worst President Ever? – OpEd

Humanity Washed Ashore – OpEd

By Fatma Yılmaz-Elmas Yesterday, September 2nd 2015, not only Europe but the whole world was shocked by a photograph of a refugee. He was a small child, at the Bodrum Beach, whose family must have believed that Europe’s “values” would grant their son the right to live… No, he is not enjoying the sun while … Continue reading Humanity Washed Ashore – OpEd