In journalistic lingo, the story could very well be called a long-shot scoop. It contains revelations, which do not necessarily have to be freshly obtained in order to create sensation.
By some strange coincidence, two of these slow-to-explode bombs have just synchronically burst on the international scene. By an [Read more]
Former President Jimmy Carter's visit has attracted harsh criticism, especially by the American right which thinks that he went against the current policy of focusing on the rivalry between the West Bank and Gaza, the improvement of security and economy progress in the West Bank, and the continued extreme isolation of [Read more]
America does not have easy access to the exterior world. Both east and west, the next country is thousands of kilometers on the other side of an ocean. To the north and south, separated by abstract borders, are two countries that Americans have always decided to take less than seriously: they see the Canadians as [Read more]
"I am sure that in my life I shall see the election of a woman and a black to the presidency of the United States"
The three aspirants to the White House are clones. Whichever candidate is the winner of the U.S. presidential elections in November, things will not change much in foreign or domestic politics or the economy, Thomas Woods, expert in American politics and history, assures us. His opinions are provoking and categorical. [Read more]
A priori, there is nothing more banal than the declarations of Mr. Barack Obama’s estimate, last April 6th, that the bitterness of middle-class Americans who are victims of unemployment or the fall of purchasing power has sometimes led them to, “cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren't like them [Read more]
On Tuesday April 22, United Airline’s parent company, UAL, announced a 537 million dollar loss (336 million Euros) for the first quarter. Over the same period, AMR (American Airlines) lost 328 million dollars, and Continental 80 million. Analysts expect that the three other “Big Six” – Delta, Northwest, and [Read more]