The True Unseen Consequences of a Military Strike on Syria by Miaad Hassan, Iraq

While the administration of the United States is still debating on an appropriate action to take against the Syrian regime’s use of chemical weapons, which is estimated to have killed more than 1,000 people, determining “when” and “how” are absolutely critical when applying the strategy of deterrence. "But if we are saying in a clear … Continue reading The True Unseen Consequences of a Military Strike on Syria by Miaad Hassan, Iraq

Dear President Obama by Mohamed Abubaker, Sudan

Dear Mr. President, First of all, welcome back to the region. I hope you’ll enjoy your short stay here. And I hope you will notice that nothing has changed around here since your last visit - perhaps the weather is a bit better now. People told me to lower my expectations about your last visit. … Continue reading Dear President Obama by Mohamed Abubaker, Sudan

A Letter to the President Obama: Followed by a Poem by Rahma Shgaier, Tunisia

Dear Mr. President, Welcome to our region. I hope that your stay will be fruitful this time. I know that your visit is so expected. Many people have high hopes. Many people believe that peace in the region is possible, that change is possible. Right, It’s easy to say:“yes, we can” but do we really … Continue reading A Letter to the President Obama: Followed by a Poem by Rahma Shgaier, Tunisia

Make Your Visit Hopeful Mr. President by Hamze Awawde, Palestine

On the event of your visit this week to Israel and the Palestinian territories, I welcome you warmly and wish you success, as the world’s freest black man and leader in the world and in history. Naturally your visit gives lots of hope to the citizens of the whole Middle East and especially to Palestinians … Continue reading Make Your Visit Hopeful Mr. President by Hamze Awawde, Palestine