Earlier this week, a remarkable advice came from Washington telling the Syrian opposition battling the crumbling regime of Bashar Assad to think of ways to accommodate the abhorred security apparatus that is currently defending the regime in any future arrangements.
The fusion of fact and fantasy in post-modern warfare is no longer limited to a small theatre in Aurora, it is global.
Two Democratic lawmakers introduced an amendment to ban ammunition sales online in Congress, so far the only new proposal on gun control in the United States.
[Carolyn] McCarthy of New York introduced the bill in the context of the political repercussions of the recent massacre at a theater in Colorado. [Read more]
In 2004, only a year after Washington toppled the regime of President Saddam Hussein under the pretext of liberating Iraq and the Iraqis from dictatorship, the Bush administration launched a program to promote democracy in the Arab and Muslim worlds. It was termed "The Greater Middle East." The idea behind this [Read more]
In the past two decades, vicious gun crimes have almost always triggered the heated debate between “pro-gun control” and “pro-gun rights,” yet have always failed to make any difference as the focus shifts away...
Republicans have reacted with terror to the possibility that Bachmann’s absurd accusations could be detrimental to her presidential campaign, even initiating a witch hunt within the government of Obama and a campaign of 'fear and racism' against the Muslim community.
Regarding the topic of the Diaoyu Islands, whenever the U.S. makes a speech, Japan acts up.
On July 9, a U.S. State Department official said that the Diaoyu Islands are subject to the application of the U.S.-Japan Security Treaty. Four days later, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda called for national attention [Read more]