Obama Admin Priorities All Wrong In The Middle East


Ted Obvious asks questions from the heart of Damascus about the new news from the Middle East. Find out more about how Israel is coping with what John Kerry said about Iraq and how perhaps he went home empty handed. And get the latest direction of how the United States forces helped out in the race for peace. Tony Blair and America’s relationships with Ariel Sharon during the troubles in Syria. This is a helpful entry that offers advice to the Obama Administration in choosing the right solutions for effective peace in the Middle East.

Read all about President Obama newly polished pledge to ignite the flame of the new up and coming election campaign and how if this were not the case what he would probably be focusing on to understand how difficult negotiations actually are in the Middle East for the United States.

John Kerry, the US Secretary of State, had left for Israel to launch the peace process but came home with nothing. Find out more about the prior Ariel Sharon peace deals in Israel to understand how peace works and gain contrast and fresh understandings of the difficult situations when trying to find peace in areas of conflict.

Read more about the questions and problems over in Iraq and how these decisions have previously  created difficulties when it comes to addressing the Israeli Palestinian peace process. You will also be able to read more about Tony Blair and what we can learn from his story to understand how peace would perhaps be best made in other regions.

A lot of todays questions focus on the direction of the United Nations  and their plans for peace in the Middle East the problem seems to be the regions that matter where real trouble is bubbling are being overlooked. Find out the full details over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.

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