Two nuisances that torment the U.S. presidency lost some of their lethality last week: Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and North Korea's Kim Jong II.
Some military experts in Beijing believe that the reason Obama insists on stationing troops in this poor Middle Eastern country...is because he has his eye on this core strategic spot in the Eurasian continent, where he can effectively monitor the four nuclear powers – Russia, China, India, and Pakistan.
One of the latest surveys in the U.S. suggests a sharp, 20 percent drop in support for Israel.
Obama is a superb performer, but he will be tested not on rhetoric, but on implementation - his ability to stop the spread of radical Islam in our region.
Two years after the burst of the biggest financial bubble since the 1930s, the U.S. government has presented a plan to discipline the market and make banks less keen on taking risks. These regulations are designed to make the consumer and investor, as well as the entire economy, safer. In this particular case, “the [Read more]
It’s not very useful to expel foreign reporters when any citizen who has a cell phone with a camera can transmit the repression that is being enforced in the streets of Tehran to a universal audience.
Yang Bojun has written a very interesting essay about “the lady selling goose eggs, who says that Americans will all have to go about begging for their food.” He encountered this old lady in the Hunan countryside. She heard on TV that Americans would have to beg for food due to the serious economic crisis. In his [Read more]
The Iranian government must understand that the world is watching. We mourn each and every innocent life that is lost.