The radar images of the website WikiLeaks have exposed American political thought and are building a new world, redrawing the world map. Perhaps it will not show the final distinct colors of such a map, but it will certainly outline the nature of this new world order by the end.
In spite of the repercussions of [Read more]
Barack Obama pocketed, on Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2010 a double victory – in foreign policy and on the American domestic scene. He got what none of his Democratic predecessors in the White House has succeeded in: making the Senate ratify an agreement signed between Moscow and Washington on nuclear disarmament. [Read more]
“Christmas has turned into an orgiastic festival of consumption, desire and mockery.... It’s just an ornament in the great orgy of the shopping rush,” write Jarosław Makowski and Kazimierz Bem in “Gazeta Świąteczna” (a holiday edition of “Gazeta Wyborcza”); this remark, though not very revealing, [Read more]
The Higher Arab Monitoring Committee announced that they agree with Palestinians refusing to go to a new round of negotiations with Israelis, unless they receive a serious American offer aiming to end the Arab-Israeli conflict in accordance with peace references.
This formula means that the Palestinians will not [Read more]
November was a difficult month for Barack Obama. But the midterms may have had the merit of propelling him to a new dimension which could serve as a platform for his 2012 re-election. By signing the tax cut bill, Barack Obama has taken on the role of a president above all parties and now wears the hat of a bipartisan [Read more]
<b>Russian deputies will ratify the new START treaty no earlier than the end of January.
Yesterday during the first hearing, the State Duma approved the new START treaty as ratified by the U.S. Senate on Wednesday. However, the Russian deputies, like their American counterparts, who have adopted resolutions supporting [Read more]
The land of Abu Ghraib is cursed. This is what the insurgents circulated in their propaganda against the Americans, and people bought it
The potential for 2011 to become a turning point in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict depends in large part on what happens in Washington and Tel Aviv. There is a limit to what Palestinians can do on their own.
The Jewish community of Seattle should respond with the full force and let the Hebrew hammer drop on these haters like never before.
To win the Republican nomination, she’ll need to build on that by offering ideas and policies rather than relying on sentiment, snark and antipathy towards Obama.