Obama’s government is probing; it talks a lot, but says little. And it hasn’t yet been truly tested. On the other side, Iran feels challenged.
Let’s assume there’s a killer virus loose as bad as the one that caused the plagues of the Middle Ages – a pestilence so bad that there was no treatment or prevention for it. How would the world’s nations react? Airports and borders would be closed, as would the gates to schools, universities and sports [Read more]
On April 30th the Obama administration will have been in office for 100 days: time to take stock of the achievements so far. Some commentators in the field of international justice have proven difficult to please. Yes, they say, there have been some advances, but not enough. There has been “significant [Read more]
Unlike Chavez, who shakes hands with Obama, the leaders in Pyongyang keep playing the devil by firing missiles and reprocessing nuclear materials.