According to the latest statements coming from the White House, the United States — and by extension, the trans-Atlantic alliance — seems determined to implement drastic measures against Iran if it violates the U.N. Security Council Resolution 1929, which imposes economic sanctions, because of their refusal to [Read more]
When he should have been focusing on Afghanistan, through massive civilian assistance, then-President Bush was getting into the wrong war and allowing the rebirth of a Taliban insurrection, which has never stopped gaining ground since.
Yesterday marked the first exchange of spies between the United States and Russia since 1986, when the Cold War ended between them. Russia released four Russians spying for America in exchange for 10 Russian spies who were suddenly arrested by the U.S. on June 27. This so-called Russian-U.S. spy exchange is an [Read more]
Two incidents that happened recently in Central Asia are noteworthy: First, the Russian military planned to expand its Black Sea fleet by another 15 new ships; second, the United States prepared to build military bases in Central Asian countries. After the riot in Kyrgyzstan in June, the situation in Central Asia is [Read more]
International news fills the pages of publications that hide the financial problems and the major reforms that the North American president is promoting.* Why would a ship from the 18th century — if found in my town — not be heard of anywhere else? But if it's found in the excavation of "ground zero" in New York, [Read more]
<b>Financial reforms in the United States aim to prevent grave financial crises in the future.</b>
If the scale of the economic crisis since 2008 determined the magnitude of reforms needed in the financial sector, American legislators have proved themselves worthy of the task before them. The new law signed by [Read more]