It is impossible to remain indifferent to the Colorado killings when one has worked on the regulation of sales of classic firearms for nearly five years. For the last several days, I have closely followed the evolution of the commentaries on this crazy, wild and unfortunate act. Let us leave it to the journalists to [Read more]
It’s a disturbing situation for the euro zone. Even if everything isn’t rosy in the United States--in fact, it’s far from it--the situation progressively improves while European countries sink into a new recession less than three years after the big crisis.
Of course, the unemployment rate in the U.S. is above 8 [Read more]
The United States has been in Afghanistan for 11 years. During the last decade, the Middle East has represented the stage for excellence where the North American troops have developed their activities. With the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks as a starting point and the war on terror as the central argument, Washington and its [Read more]
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has authorized the construction and operation of two duel-unit nuclear power plants in February for the plant in Georgia and in March for the plant in South Carolina. Georgia's plant was the first approved since the 1979 Three Mile Island accident in Pennsylvania.
Given the severity [Read more]
Mitt Romney, the Republican presidential candidate, made several gaffes when he attended the opening of the ceremonies in London. He upset the local government. And Obama's campaign celebrated the spectacle.
Fortunately, he travels to Israel today. The American Republican candidate Mitt Romney arrived in London as a [Read more]
The sports attire of the summer games gave off the effect of Ralph Lauren's designs… created in China.
In regards to the South China Sea dispute, China has demonstrated patience and goodwill. Certain other countries have repeatedly carried on in a reckless manner, but China has adhered to the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea and is committed to bilateral discussions to resolve the issue. [Read more]
The 2003 Anglo-American invasion of Iraq took care of a weapons of mass destruction threat that never existed, and created conditions that gave birth to a new franchise of Al-Qaeda terror in Iraq that works across the region and also aims at North America.