Without full cooperation from the neighbors, the U.S. strategy in Afghanistan cannot be as comprehensive as Obama wants us to believe.
Recently, every conversation I have had with friends seem to revolve around the financial meltdown, and I have noticed an interesting phenomenon: those who have not shown any interest American politics before are now well versed in all of Obama’s domestic policies; those who had been eager to witness America’s [Read more]
Barack Obama arrived in London for his first European trip as the President of the United States. His schedule is full: Private face to face meetings with the heads of Russia, China and India, a private audience with the Queen and dinner prepared by star chef Jamie Oliver.
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[Calderon] is turning over function of the Mexican government to the United States.
[Note: The Balochistan Province of Pakistan borders both Balochistan-Sistan Province in Iran, and Afghanistan, with familial ties historically transcending these borders.]
We have been hearing the term, “Afpak”, used recently in U.S. circles, referring to a combination of Afghanistan and Pakistan. Pakistan and [Read more]
In order to turn away from the threat of failure in Afghanistan, is the most effective strategy to internationalize the search for a solution? This is what American President Barack Obama believes. On Friday, March 27, Obama suggested creating a contact group including Iran, India, Russia, China, Gulf countries and, of [Read more]