From the White House to… Facebook: According to information from The New York Times, Robert Gibbs, Barack Obama’s former press secretary, is in talks with the social network Facebook, which is trying to recruit him.
Responsible for press relations during the 2008 campaign, Mr. Gibbs naturally became the White [Read more]
<b>Weakness and indecision: the president does not seem to have a strategy for the future. And the allies fall into chaos. First the U.S. leader says that Gadhafi must go, but then he says that there is no need to use force.</b>
The question to ask is whether the worst post-war U.S. president is Jimmy Carter or Barack [Read more]
<b>Yoani Sanchez is identified as a “counter-revolutionary” in a TV report. Cuba labels the international awards she has received as “manipulated.”</b>
Cuban officials on Monday accused the U.S. of creating a new type of counter-revolution, composed of "cyber-mercenaries," including the blogger Yoani Sánchez, [Read more]
Tripoli: After the rebel forces successfully stopped Moammar Gadhafi’s advance in Sirte, and with their continuing progress in Misrata, U.S. President Barack Obama raised the possibility of arming the Libyan rebels in the event that the ongoing military operations do not adequately weaken the Libyan regime. Obama [Read more]
Barack Obama’s energy plans are ambitious. Nevertheless, many of his pragmatic suggestions will die a quick death because Congress rules with a red pen.
The speech is legendary. Nearly four decades ago, Republican Richard Nixon prescribed a “Project Independence” for his nation to free it from its dependence on [Read more]
<b>America Is Caught in a Dilemma in the Middle East and North Africa</b>
It has been destined for Ali Abdullah Saleh to have an unforgettable birthday. In reality, he had absolutely no time to care for and celebrate his own birthday.
March 21 was the 69th birthday of Yemeni President Saleh. That night, he worked [Read more]
Until now, March 2011 had been a good month for supporters of the abolition of the death penalty in the United States, which we are. Illinois, for example, had decided to abolish capital punishment to avoid the risk of executing the innocent.
But yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court, without any commentary, decided to [Read more]
In the midst of the contradictions and consequences of a political environment characterized by obscured democracy, the Iraqi citizen is living in a unique state of passivity, coupled with a lack of motivation. The splintering of attitudes among Iraqi citizens is clear and decisive. The fragmentation of the country [Read more]