BP Has Been Less Bad
I admit an offense: I like the big oil companies (Exxon Mobil, Shell, Chevron, BP and Total).
It’s not that I like them for what they are. I like them because of the alternative: An alternative formed by businesses that are much bigger, much more corrupt, that aren’t subject to anything but [Read more]
Charged with prosecuting the perpetrators of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes, the International Criminal Court (ICC) should, in theory, also judge the perpetrators of crimes of “aggression.” But it’s nothing of the sort. Gathered since the beginning of June in Uganda to amend the statute of the [Read more]
The cautious U.S. approach to a Palestinian State despite the brave approach of the French is meant as a courtesy to Zionist racism.
Obama lauded Benjamin Netanyahu, saying that he considers him to be wise. He even said that Netanyahu being on the extreme right will somehow prove to be a helpful factor for the acceptance of new ideas.
This weekend the highly touted Arizona law goes into effect, with a few limitations, thanks to Susan R. Bolton, a U.S. federal judge. It is more than a single law — it is a package of reforms to state laws that will allow state and county officials to step in for the federal authorities of the United States in order [Read more]
After the adoption of the UN Security Council president’s statements condemning North Korea, the South Korean government’s direction in coping with the Cheonan Incident has wavered. Two days ago, the government held a national security strategy meeting to discuss ways to revise North Korea policy to reflect the [Read more]
For Karim Pakzad, a research associate at the Institute for International and Strategic Relations, the goal of Afghan forces being in charge of national security by 2014 is hardly realistic.
<b>How should we interpret the fact that this conference is held in Kabul, whereas, up to today, this type of meeting would have [Read more]