WikiLeaks’ release of the leaks from United States diplomatic cables to the whole world was not only sensational but also a sign that we are entering an era of a new world order. WikiLeaks not only had a role in knowing the developments of a particular country, but also the intentions behind the practice of national [Read more]
"The U.S. economy continues to improve and consumption is good." The Beige Book released in early December by the Federal Reserve has profusely spread optimism. Manufacturing activity has "continued to expand in almost all districts"; consumers continue to keep a "positive" pace, although consumption is concentrated [Read more]
Presidential success shows that things can change quickly in Washington.
What is the most memorable text that the gifted orator Barack Obama has spoken? The thoughts are with large, notable speeches, such as the keynote speech at the Democratic convention in 2004, with which he broke through on the national political [Read more]
In recent years, with the development of Sino–U.S. relations, China is putting more and more emphasis on the making and revision of rules and regulations when dealing bilaterally with America.
The soon-departing New York state Governor David A. Patterson has been charged with accepting bribes. He has been fined $61,125 for receiving five free baseball game tickets. This means that for each ticket he has paid over $10,000, when each ticket originally only cost $425. But, due to the fact that the Yankees have [Read more]
But in little more than a month, the 'lame duck' achieved more than some previous Congresses delivered in their entire two-year span.
America’s Middle East policy now looks thwarted at every turn.
The reality is that the Afghan government needs to win over some of the [insurgent] groups to stabilize the situation.
... This is the way parallels go.
As the United States cannot be a watchdog, has the time for Europe — which aspires to become an influential player in the area — finally come?