Too soon to predict a winner
The question remains how the Americans see the global enthusiasm for Obama. Will they be positively impressed ...Or will they see it as meddling in their election and, precisely because of that, vote for McCain just out of spite?
7:21 PM: Barack Obama appears on screen, the Victory Column in the background. He waves, laughs, waves, waves, waves, waves, laughs, waves, laughs, waves, waves, laughs. In that order.
7:22 PM: He says, “Thank you. Thank you. Thank you so much. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you to the citizens of [Read more]
How important Jewish appeasement is when it comes to American foreign policy can be gauged from the way each US presidential candidate has visited Israel, prostrated before the Zionist regime and declared their unstinted allegiance to the Israeli leadership.
The foreign minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran has said, "Whatever Mr.Jalili, Secretary of the Supreme National Security Council, says in discussions, is the view of the entire government"
Mr. Manoochehr Mottaki, after today's meeting, in answer to a question about the Iranian nuclear discussions with the group [Read more]
The dispute over the Chinese translation for "Chinese Taipei" - whether it should be translated into “Zhonghua Taipei" (中華台北) or “Zhongguo Taipei" (中國台北), has caused frictions between Taipei and Beijing authorities.* South Korea and Japan are upset with each other's claims of ownership and names [Read more]
George Bush’s Neoconservative friends are furious. Their champion seems to have allowed himself to be converted to diplomatic realism.