With military action in five countries, I guess it is not suggesting too much when I ask if the U.S. ever has had any more belligerent President than Peace Prize winner Barack Obama? Sunday senator Lindsey Graham (R) also said that US lso should consider intervention in Syria. The sixth war of Obama may be on its way?
The New York Times reported last week that the U.S. is now stepping up his powerful military efforts in Yemen. This occurs naturally in the wake of the attack on the U.S. friend and Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. Obama will probably not call it war, but fighting against terrorists. Are any struggle against dictators who support the U.S. to be regarded as terror? According to international law should we not regard it as war when a nation like the U.S. is sending drones and anything else they can muster to kill people from the air, in other countries than the U.S.? In addition, the United States as we know, is still in Iraq, albeit at a lower level than under George Bush jr.s time.
US has active troops in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Libya, and now Yemen. In addition, they have the constant rattling of sabers against Iran, although it might seem that Obama and Ahmadinejad may have arrived at a certain level of understanding. But I guess there could be many strategic reasons for that?