The war in Syria has been raging for so long, the world has become blind to the continuing—and lately increasing—atrocities and suffering plaguing the country.
Tragically for many in Iraq and Syria, the so-called Islamic State has created long-lasting damage to the human population and the environment.
In his first State of the Union address, President Trump declared his administration had ended the ‘war on energy.’ This term is vague but politically potent, suggesting that previous administrations rejected energy independence in favor of environmental concerns.
The current environment in the U.S. body politic is the most tense it has been in recent memory. The investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election by several Congressional committees...
The Trump Administration claims credit for crushing the ambition of the so-called Islamic State to establish a caliphate in the parts of Iraq and Syria it captured in 2014.