Washington may be able to evade a crisis today, but according to this trend, they will inevitably face tomorrow’s 'bomb.'
It is very possible the Trans-Pacific Partnership will fail precisely because the U.S. cannot bring itself to rein in its powerful business-sector friends.
Its decision, centered on keeping a substantial residual military force, risks locking the U.S. post-2014 in a low-intensity but never-ending war.
Americans forget that the rest of the world relies on the U.S. to be sensible and effective.
In 2011, former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton coined the phrase "pivot to Asia." Now, it has become a core focus of the Obama administration's foreign policy.
In the wake of the severe damage inflicted by super Typhoon Haiyan's passage over the Philippines, the U.S. has poured an enormous amount of effort [Read more]
How should Europe react to U.S. spying?
Ironically, if war breaks out on the Korean Peninsula, air and sea battles are led by U.S. forces, while the ROK forces are in charge of ground warfare. So without U.S forces, we can hardly deter, defend or attack effectively.
<b>Israel is set on seeking new partners in the wake of the deterioration of its relations with Washington, affirmed Avigdor Lieberman, Israel's Minister of Foreign Affairs. It was with this intention in mind that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited Russia. His main challenge is to convince Moscow that [Read more]