The resignation of Special Envoy George Mitchell indicates that, for now, no new initiatives for the Middle East are to be expected from the U.S.
The peace broker, U.S. Senator George Mitchell, who had been successful in Ireland and had for two years worked toward peace in the Middle East, threw in the towel this [Read more]
This year, repeated interaction by Sino-U.S. high officials has expressed a strong message to the world: Beijing and Washington, D.C. are seeking unprecedented tacit cooperation in military, economic and counter-terrorism actions with the hope that it will result in a win-win situation. Beijing believes that America [Read more]
Rambo is a near-legendary hero created by Hollywood in the 1960s to be a more modern manifestation of the American cowboy, who awarded himself a rare medal made from the bones of American Indians after white men occupied their land and exterminated them. Despite the victory of the Vietnamese in their protracted war [Read more]
It seems as if the mass demonstrations in the Middle East and north Africa have influenced America's policies towards the Middle East.
In President Obama's first speech related to the Middle East in about two years, he indicated the idea that the national borders of Israel and the future country of Palestine should be [Read more]
U.S. President Barack Obama has officially appointed Gen. Martin Dempsey as the new chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. With that, the new “military team” is complete.
On Monday, America observed Memorial Day: the commemoration of the fallen throughout countless wars. The holiday traditionally makes for a long [Read more]