One week to drop the Middle East in turmoil As the earthquake comes with progressive waves, Trump’s two decisions to withdraw from Iran nuclear deal and to move the US embassy from Israel to Jerusalem, further quaked the Middle East. The current US administration policies seem to reflect the president figure:Read More →

My response to Paul Mason’s article “Democracy is dying – and it’s startling how few people are worried.”   “Democracy is dying”. This is what Paul Mason, a British journalist, states in the article published by The Guardian. To support his argument, the author mentions different kinds of leaders, such asRead More →

The bloody relationship between Americans and their arms starting from mass shooting The idea of uncertainty and powerlessness doesn’t cover such a great role in our society and collective imaginary. Their contraries usually do. And that’s a reason why after disaster and tragedies our minds go straight to find theRead More →