George W. Bush

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  • Washington 2020-01-22 10:33

    * By Mohammad Ghaderi

    U.S. resorts to every ploy to stay in the region

    TEHRAN - Despite the passage of two weeks since the approval of a parliamentary resolution to expel U.S. troops from Iraq and its formal announcement to the U.S. ambassador by the prime minister, Washington has made every bid to prevent the issue as it knows that leaving Iraq is considered as an important step toward leaving the entire region.

  • George W. Bush, Barak Obama, Donald Trump 2019-06-25 14:22

    By Hamid Bayati

    Cyber-attack against Iran: a failed strategy of U.S. presidents from Bush to Trump

    TEHRAN - It was first in July 2010 when the United States launched a serious cyber-attack against Iran. At the time, it was said that a virus named Stuxnet was used for damaging the computer systems that controlled Iranian nuclear industry. 

  • Afghanistan war 2018/10/08

    By Syed Zafar Mehdi

    17 years of America’s disastrous Afghanistan venture

    TEHRAN - On Sunday, the protracted war in Afghanistan completed 17 years. It was on October 7, 2001 the U.S. government and its allies launched the so-called ‘Operation Freedom’ apparently to topple the Taliban regime in Kabul, following the 9/11 attacks. Yet 17 years later, America’s longest war still grinds on, despite more than $2 trillion investment and thousands of casualties.

  • Al Gore - Obama 2018-10-03 09:25

    By Hanif Ghaffari

    From Obama to Al Gore: The Democrats are Taking Stance against Trump

    TEHRAN - Overcoming the current president of the United States has turned to the main goal of the Democrats in the United States. American Democrats who have been isolated in the last two years, and lost the White House, the House of Representatives, the Senate, and many governorates, are now planning to win the Congress elections. On the other hand, the public dissatisfaction raised over the performance of the U.S. President has given hope to the Democrats for winning the midterm elections.