Sound and vision did not always match. Words hardly could have been more affectionate. “Germany is very dear to my heart,” says Barack Obama, and then gives the reason: “Because I like Angela Merkel.” He calls her “my friend.”
The German chancellor reciprocally thanks the president for his two “moving [Read more]
During the last few decades, there were many U.S. presidents who underlined the role of fatherhood on Father’s Day. But Obama has broken the record of activity in this matter.
<b>Chancellor Merkel visits President Obama in Washington for the first time on Friday. Even leading U.S. newspapers call their relationship tense.</b>
Silently, but clearly, a chasm has opened between the United States and Germany; the U.S. media – above all the New York Times - is certain of that. Officially [Read more]
Is the United States a socialist country? Without question, it is not. Are there socialist attributes to President Obama's reform? Without a question, there are.
The U.S. House of Representatives in Washington intends to blow $680 million on the U.S. military over the next fiscal year. That’s once again more than George W. Bush spent in his last year in office and also more than was ever spent in any year since the end of World War Two. And that doesn’t even include [Read more]
Michael Jackson's death is not A Diana Moment.
The document “National Security Strategy of the United States" along with the “National Security Strategy of the Russian Federation before 2020” was signed by the president of the country. This happened when George Bush Jr. was president in 2006. The American document is the strategy for fighting terrorism on [Read more]