The US had fed the al-Qaida scorpion and now it had bitten America.
The relationship between India and the U.S. is emerging as one of the three that will shape Asia and global politics in the decades ahead...
Recently, a report from the U.S.-based Kaiser Family Foundation revealed that in 2012, annual premiums for employer-sponsored health insurance, which covers about 1.49 billion people, has risen four percent, to an average of $15,745 dollars. While lower than the nine percent increase in 2011, it still outpaced growth [Read more]
Indeed, the goal of disrupting crime-terror pipelines (CTPs) is at the center of a strategic re-alignment of the different branches of government to enable a whole-of-government approach that applies all the elements of national and international power to this global threat. But the global threat grows at the pace of global business.
The Republican party cannot let Romney's 'rolling calamity' of a campaign hide the fact it faces a deep crisis of identity and ideas
The US supreme court, perhaps even more than Congress, is ‘the decider’ of many political issues
Criticism of unsavory social habits undermines support of "red" states
With Libya in the spotlight, history makes a case for leaving countries to their own devices