We cannot say the China policy is a failure just because the Korea-China relationship is not on the same level as the Korea-U.S. alliance.
Seoul yesterday sent a diplomatic letter to Tokyo rejecting its recent proposal to settle the Dokdo territorial issue through international arbitration, saying there was no dispute to settle.
The Todd Akin affair is a revealing one. The Republican representative, currently a candidate for Missouri’s senate seat, created a national storm by declaring that women who are victims of rape don’t become pregnant if they really will it; their bodies will shut down.
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This event is not breaking news, yet it is of a planetary size. Because while some people are tearing at each other’s throats on planet Earth, others, a very few smart people among mankind, are on planet Mars. Well, they are almost there; they “landed” a rover on Aug. 6. That day, U.S. President Barack Obama [Read more]
The fascinating images that the U.S. Curiosity Mars mission has beamed back to Earth have generated as much excitement as photos of half-naked supermodels.
One can hear the howls of derision in Washington and Whitehall, one can hear an "oh, la!la!" in the Elysée Palace, followed by a shocked "Dites-donc!". But what if Syria did behave like the FUKUS Axis (France, UK, US)?
So, the die are thrown and as we had all imagined, in November the citizens of the USA will be voting for Mitt "I don't do gaffes" the Twit or Barack "Change is a six-letter word" Obomber. Does it really make any difference?
The great patent wars of Edison’s day in the US were followed by a long period of peace when such conflicts were discouraged by government. Since the 1980s, though, patent wars have made a comeback.