At the eve of the EU-Russia Summit, trade tension has been rising between Brussels and Moscow. It is in the interest of both the EU and Russia to learn to manage such differences and to agree to disagree.
There’s something slightly limiting, not to mention provincial, in examining the nomination of John Kerry through only an Israeli point of view. In the upcoming years, the senior senator will be responsible for managing the diplomacy of the most important world power; he will dedicate much time to the Middle East, [Read more]
<i>In recent decades, particularly in times of high prices, revenues from coal exports have allowed our country to enjoy a loose view of the foreign sector. Despite the corruption, coal royalties generated employment and funded work for the benefit of communities.</i>
Clouds are on the horizon. Today, there is much [Read more]
This Friday, the Newtown school massacre, that claimed the lives of 27 people, 20 children between the ages of 6 and 7 and 7 adults (teachers and the shooter’s mother who had gone home to get something), disturbed America as well as other countries around the world. Nevertheless, Le Monde’s headline was titled [Read more]
If the Muslim Brotherhood has failed miserably in managing internal problems, which proved too much for their nascent political abilities and transformed Egypt's prisons by expanding them, then we must admit that they have achieved an overwhelming success in foreign policy. In fact, they have obtained a higher standing [Read more]
According to legend, King Herod had every baby in his kingdom killed, fearing that a newborn would accede to the throne of Israel. Throughout Christendom, salvation for humanity would be announced by this child’s coming for many centuries afterward. Even when we no longer believe, Christmas remains a children’s [Read more]