Steven Sahiounie is a Syrian American award-winning journalist based in Syria. He is specialized on the Middle East. He has also appeared on TV and radio in Canada, Russia, Iran, Syria, China, Lebanon, and the United States.
March 2003 and March 2011 have a great deal in common, but that is not where the story begins, Steven Sahiounie writes.
It is now up to the Arab world, not the western “international community”, to save the Syrian people, Steven Sahiounie writes.
The Canadian government is capable of determining whether the U.S. foreign policy and never-ending wars abroad are in the best interest of Canada.
While most Canadians would prefer to think of themselves as free of constraint from U.S. foreign policy, still history will show that most often Canada’s foreign policy is a mirror image of the U.S.
The U.S. State Department has issued warnings and threats to Erdogan if he follows through on his plan to have a neighborly relationship with Syria.
According to Blinken, Israel has every right to defend itself. The State Department said that all parties must “put an end to the cycle of violence”. The old meaningless mantra is still chanted.
Arab leaders realize that they must not blindly follow orders by Washington to start or support wars in the Middle East which end up in failure.
Syrians in Egypt face financial hardship and even violence as the suffering Egyptians lose patience.
There is a new Middle East emerging which makes its own policies and is not subservient U.S. interests.
Can the Vice President under Obama, now President Biden, and his CIA director manipulate the political situation in Libya once again?