It is hard to see how the direction of the Trump administration’s policy toward defeating ISIS can have a positive outcome.Read More
About the Author
Don Liebich is a native of New York and a graduate of the University of Rochester and the Harvard Business School PMD program. He spent his career with the U.S. Navy Nuclear Submarine service and Sysco Corp. Liebich has been involved with economic development, citizen diplomacy and human rights projects in Jordan, Israel/Palestine including the West Bank, UAE and Iran. He has conducted seminars and taught courses on Islam, Christian Fundamentalism, U.S. Middle East foreign policy and Iran. He is the author ofFault Lines: The Layman's Guide to Understanding America's Role in the Ever-Changing Middle East. Learn more at www.donliebich.com.
With the September 17 deadline approaching for the US Congress to decide whether to approve the Iran nuclear agreement, it is useful to examine six key facts.Read More
When a policy that makes no sense actually succeeds, the outcome is generally not pretty.Read More
The situation in Yemen is a complicated conflict largely driven by longstanding local grievances and animosities.Read More