US PRESIDENT George Bush’s end-April invitation to his Palestinian Authority counterpart to visit Washington in an effort to revitalise the Arab-Israeli peace process is the former’s last chance at making a meaningful contribution to the issue.
Already, America’s turning the other way to Israel’s farcical [Read more]
THE TURMOIL IN THE financial markets is a greater challenge to President Bush than September 11 was. He faces a slowdown in the world’s most powerful economic engine, a credit crisis of unknown limits and a regulatory system whose antique tangles reflect the United States’ origins and the 1930s financial trauma [Read more]
Pyongyang, March 28 (KCNA) -- The United States is talking about what it called "success" in the Iraqi war it has waged as part of its aggressive "anti-terror war." This rhetoric can never help hide its miserable setbacks and those who have committed crimes by waging the above-said war characterized by horrendous [Read more]
Barack Obama gave a speech that is a hit not just on YouTube. It belongs in history textbooks, according to the writer Zafer Senocak. Obama clearly addressed the problems of his nation. Hardly anyone is able to do that here. But we too have issues that deserve a fiery, unifying speech.
Everyone has his own favorite [Read more]
In the United States, as in many other places where politics are the art of contradicting one’s self without blushing and the promises of the candidates rarely become the decisions of the presidents, perhaps Barack Obama has not been warned that proposing structural changes is extremely dangerous. The novelty [Read more]