This is how terror functions: It is nourished by the surrounding society and dreams of abolishing that society.
North Korea is not moving voluntarily toward escalation, but is doing so because it has no choice.
Having not reached a single proposition for relaunching the process of installing peace in the Middle East, Barack Obama has multiplied his ostentatiously amicable gestures toward the Israelis, receiving, in turn, a glacial welcome from the Palestinians.
For his first international visit since his re-election, Barack [Read more]
Looking at the passion surrounding the April 15 terrorist acts in Boston, one involuntarily catches oneself thinking: The U.S. is not mourning so much as reveling in the show around the tragic explosions. And, it would seem, we have a happy ending. One of the villains is shot, the other is caught. In fact, it is only a [Read more]
Paradoxically, cash-flush Apple will be borrowing money to support the buybacks and dividends. That’s because two-thirds of its cash resides in overseas accounts. It doesn’t bring the money into the US because it prefers not to pay US corporate income taxes on it.
A week after her father, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, allegedly set off a bomb at the Boston Marathon, killing three and injuring hundreds, three-year-old Zahara Tsarnaev was seen happily playing on a slide in her grandmother’s yard in Rhode Island.
Boston Marathon bombing illustrates the weaknesses of crowdsourcing.
There is a lot of discussion in the media about the Magnitsky Act and Russia’s response to it. I would like to express my opinion on this topic. In principle, the situation with the Magnitsky list is quite clear. Any political game always needs some tools to influence the players. This list is one of those tools to [Read more]
America has a plethora of human rights issues.