President Barack Obama's calendar is full of Arab and Israel meetings this season at the White House. The first visitor was King Abdullah II, who conveyed a unified Arab position with the plan discussed during a meeting of a number of Arab ministers of foreign affairs. In the coming weeks, there will be three visitors [Read more]
A new Barack Obama will have to appear on the international scene, a politician who is no longer content with simply pleasing everyone.
America is becoming less dominated by white people. In 2042 white people will probably be in the racial minority. Obama’s election is a sign of new times for the USA.
If only white Americans had voting rights, John McCain would have been chosen as president of the United States; however, white people comprise a [Read more]
On Wednesday, Hillary Clinton defended the initiation of dialogue with Iran, Cuba and other hostile countries, but the Secretary of State criticized Pakistan for relenting to the Taliban.
It was risky. When Barack Obama made his opponent in the the Democratic primary for the presidential election his secretary of [Read more]
American Attitude Toward Russia is Not "Stuck on Negative"
Andrey Shitov, Washington.
American researcher and consultant William Dunkerley compared the fluctuation of public opinion in the United States toward Russia to fortune telling with daisy petals: "They loves Russia. They love Russia not."
He analyzed the [Read more]
In contemporary, international social intercourse, the exchange of books by political leaders is not something one hears of very often. There are probably two reasons for this. One is that a book is the carrier of thought, and if given to the wrong person, could turn out to be a boring affair. The other is that in [Read more]