Coming from the airport, the ruthless and fearless Victoria Nuland turned on Ştirbei Street and stopped in front of the most filmed building in the universe. She was there for about an hour, but no one dares say what was discussed behind closed doors. However, we did figure out a few things, and if you watch how the [Read more]
Yet Vietnam is unlikely to become another Philippines, unlikely to become another tame pawn of the U.S. The dissimilarities between the two Asian-Pacific nations are too great, and Vietnam has a far more complex relationship with the U.S.
Major U.S. corporations are expediting the conversion of their industrial structures. Japanese corporations, which compete with U.S. corporations all over the world, should not rest comfortably with the recent upturn in business performance; rather, they need to be increasing profitability.
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Barack Obama is looking for a discussion partner and an ally in the pope. He too has realized ... it seems to be the words of the pope and not his own that count for more and hold more influence in America at this time.
Yesterday, Edgar Tamayo, a Mexican sentenced to the death penalty in Texas for killing a policeman in 1994, was executed by lethal injection. The outcome of the trial — on which diplomatic pressure had no effect — should not change Mexico's stance on the issue: demanding that all citizens have an adequate judicial [Read more]
Judging by the latest figure, Obamacare will forever remain underfunded and will either implode on itself or will become a permanent drain on the already exhausted financial resources of the federal budget.
The reality is that you can be as ultranationalist, as Neo-Nazi, as racist and as homophobic as you like – so long as you are opposing a government that the western elites want toppled.