Prof. Mario Caligiuri: “The degeneration of democracy is like the sleep of reason: it gives rise to monsters”
Prof. Mario Caligiuri. DR.
Mohsen Abdelmoumen: You are a world-class intelligence expert. How do you explain the inability of some Western countries to fight terrorism?
Prof. Mario Caligiuri: Any social problem must be understood in its true nature, which is cultural. The West interprets the world with its own eyes and does not necessarily understand it completely. The invasion of Iraq on the basis of false information indicating the existence of chemical weapons that did not exist, or the intervention against Gaddafi in Libya to stabilize the situation and ultimately create chaos, were obvious mistakes. Lire la suite »
Prof. Mario Caligiuri: « La degenerazione della democrazia è come il sonno della ragione: provoca mostri »
Prof. Mario Caligiuri. DR.
Mohsen Abdelmoumen : Lei è un esperto di intelligence di livello mondiale. Come si spiega l’incapacità di alcuni paesi occidentali di combattere il terrorismo?
Prof. Mario Caligiuri: Ogni problema sociale va inquadrato nella sua vera natura che è quella culturale. L’Occidente interpreta il mondo con i suoi occhi e quindi non lo comprende a fondo. Invadere l’Iraq sulla base di false informazioni di intelligence che affermavano l’esistenza di armi chimiche che poi non c’erano oppure l’intervento contro Gheddafi in Libia per stabilizzare la situazione creando invece un caos alla resa dei conti sono stati errori evidenti. Lire la suite »
Dr. Ali Ghediri. DR.
Mohsen Abdelmoumen: You mentioned the concept of « rupture without denial ». Can you explain us what you mean by that? How can we make a rupture in Algeria today?
Dr. Ali Ghediri: I chose shock terms. The word rupture is in itself polysemic according to whether it applies to physics, sociology or politics. It is a term that has a part of apprehension and, to be much more concrete, I would say that it is a term that contains fear. In everyday life, in general, the rupture is resorted to when there is a blockage that no longer allows any dynamics. This is true in the social field in general and in politics in particular. Lire la suite »
Dr. Daniel Warner talks us about Algeria and about US foreign policy
Dr. Daniel Warner. DR.
Dr. Daniel Warner is an American political scientist who lives in Geneva, Switzerland, since 1972. He earned his BA in Philosophy and Religion from Amherst College, USA, and a PhD in Political Science from the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva (HEID). At age 21, he worked for Bobby Kennedy, whom he admired, and notably participated in the speech that Senator Kennedy gave in Los Angeles in 1968, just before he was murdered. Lire la suite »
La lutte du peuple algérien a fini par triompher sur la horde sauvage, le gang des malfaiteurs que je n’ai pas cessé de combattre pendant des années. En ce moment très important dans la vie de notre nation, je ne peux que partager ma joie et mon espérance d’une Algérie meilleure digne des sacrifices de nos glorieux martyrs. Aujourd’hui, nous ressentons comme une saveur de deuxième indépendance après tant de gabegie, d’indignité, de népotisme, de pillage, de clientélisme, de régionalisme, de corruption et on se débarrasse enfin de cette famille de malfrats qui a fini par vénérer un cadre qui a terminé ses jours dans la déchéance complète en plongeant le pays dans un climat délétère et nauséabond à son image. Lire la suite »
Colonel Régis Chamagne: “The attack on Libya was a major strategic mistake and a crime against humanity”
Colonel Régis Chamagne. DR.
Mohsen Abdelmoumen: What do you think of Colonel Legrier’s criticism of the tactics the West has used against ISIS in Syria that Reuters mentioned in an article?
Colonel Régis Chamagne: Colonel Legrier’s analysis is good in my opinion. The duty of secrecy of the military concerns among others the critics of the strategy of France. However, to the extent that he presents an article in an official defense journal and where it is initially accepted, he is entitled to it. What is enlightening, however, is the political reaction after the fact. It shows a spirit of censorship and contempt for the military. Lire la suite »
Abel Bari Atwan DR.
Mohsen Abdelmoumen: What is your analysis of the situation in the occupied Palestinian territories and in Gaza?
Abdel Bari Atwan: The Palestinian political scene is in a state of paralysis, which is a direct consequence of the disastrous Oslo process. Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen) is not in good health, so the stage is now set for the post-Abu Mazen period. But nobody has a roadmap for where to go. Abu Mazen is the last of the founding fathers, and his departure will cause the Fateh movement to fragment and lose influence, as happened to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) after the death of George Habash. So chaos and confusion prevail. I wouldn’t be surprised if people in the West Bank and Gaza Strip draw inspiration from the demonstrations in Sudan and Algeria. Lire la suite »