The focus at the U.N. General Assembly has become peace in the Middle East, as an impatient Palestine tries to officially participate in the U.N. as a state despite stalled negotiations with Israel.
The United States is adamant about stopping it. President Obama has stated that if Palestine applies, he will use the [Read more]
The first to go to New York was Celal Bayar, and he stayed at the Waldorf Astoria. Adnan Menderes, Süleyman Demirel, Turgut Özal, Tansu Çillerthey all stayed at the Waldorf Astoria.
Our current prime minister doesn't like the Waldorf Astoria; he stays at the Ritz Carlton, the St. Regis, and mostly The Plaza. The [Read more]
Trump has money. Lots of money. He also knows other people with lots of money, and in American politics, access to vast sums of cash is necessary for anyone to run a campaign
The parallels being drawn by protesters and some of the media between Occupy Wall Street and the Tahrir Square uprising in Egypt that began early this year are revealing.
The blunt message of both of the ads is that Romney is guilty of one of the greatest sins of American politics: being a flip-flopper.
When consumers and businesses can't boost the economy on their own, the responsibility must fall to the purchaser of last resort. As John Maynard Keynes informed us 75 years ago, that purchaser is the government.
“At the time we were all shocked by the image [of the towers falling]…but we very quickly realized that we needed to do something to protect our family. In 10 years I have lost a lot, but I have never regretted it.”
Pakistanis are annoyed at the U.S. allegations against its military and security organizations, who had been the main target of the militant groups.
As Fars News Agency reports, Washington has warned Ankara of imposing sanctions if it continues to cooperate with Tehran. According to the Iranian agency, the official warning from Washington to Turkish representatives was delivered by U.S. Treasury spokesman Roger Cohen.
During his visit to Turkey, he stressed that [Read more]
If Mr Locke lives in private the way he appears in public, all the better. If he puts on a show in public, no problem - his actions show the right thing about an America in straitened economic times.