Nearly two weeks ago, the United States was engulfed by large-scale protests in some areas, which were permeated by violence, looting of shops, and burning of police stations. Can the killing of a black man in America ignite such protests? This has happened a lot in the past few years and there have been no such protests! Are there any ramifications for these American protests on America's foreign policy?
Question: As is well known, Al-Kadhimi won the confidence of the pro-Iranian Parliament majority, even though he is accused by parties loyal to Iran and its men in Iraq of colluding with America in the Soleimani assassination, and some Iranian men describe him as America’s man.
The news reported the sudden drop in the price of oil, especially Texas oil, until it reached about $30 below zero. Even Brent crude, famous for its regular trading, fell about 9% to $25 a barrel, and the reasons are varied, whether it was because the oil tanks became completely filled or almost overflowing, or due to the effect of the Coronavirus that led to a decline in the economy and the decrease in demand for oil... etc.
The United States President said: "The Phase One Trade Deal with China could be signed” shortly thereafter” January 15, the date that he announced last month to be the date of signing. Trump added: I would like to complete phase 2 deal with China after the presidential elections in the context of efforts to end the ongoing trade war between the two largest economies in the world for months, which led to market turmoil and affected global growth ...”
After the continuing sporadic clashes between Haftar, the agent of America, and the forces affiliated with Al-Sarraj, the agent of Europe, Haftar's forces have resumed their attack towards the capital, Tripoli. Does Haftar, and behind him America, see that the control of Tripoli is possible now? And what happened for the clashes to break out with such ferocity?... truth about the Turkish support for the Fayez Al-Sarraj’s government in Tripoli? Is Russia’s intervention in Libya real, or is this a matter of intimidation? What is expected from the Berlin Conference called by Germany on the Libyan crisis?
In a country where all its people embrace Islam, the country of one million martyrs for their jihad against the French occupation that lasted 132 years, in this country, popular protests broke out, breaking the barrier of fear of the tyrants of Algeria since 22/2/2019 until today, but they do not call for Islam! What are the reasons for this? What is the reality of the international conflict over influence in Algeria? Does it have a role in what is happening? Then, what is expected especially about the elections?
It is noted that the European officials have trickled into Sudan and declared support for the Hamdouk government. On 16/9/2019, the French Foreign Minister arrived in Khartoum, met with the Prime Minister of Sudan, Abdallah Hamdouk, and declared € 60 million to support Sudan, and that it will work to remove Sudan from the Terrorism list.
Netanyahu visited Moscow on 12/9/2019 in a critical election period less than two weeks before the elections of the Jewish entity. Before that on 5/9/2019 he quickly visited Britain and met with the British Prime Minster who is burdened with Brexit; at a time when Johnson suffered successive defeats in the British Parliament regarding the Britain leaving the European Union without agreement. It is clear from these visits as if Netanyahu is in a hurry! What is behind these seemingly strange and emergency visits?