It is not legitimate or fair to put a minority's civil rights and equality before the electorate for a vote. If that were the case, we'd still have slavery.
The US must gather its wits, assert its power and speak clearly. It must fish or cut bait with the peace business.
The Obama administration, which has thus far only reacted with symbolic sanctions like travel bans for Moscow officials, is showing some sharper teeth — or it wants to.
American policy is always pragmatic and volatile.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Hagel spoke harsh words at the ending of his visit to China. His visit has drawn great attention and widespread speculation from the public concerning the direction of China-U.S. relations. The media has talked about China and U.S. military leaders’ “head-on” style with relish. In the [Read more]
New York is squabbling over horse-drawn carriages. The moral outrage of animal rights activists is riddled with contradictions, a characteristic of all mono-causal arguments.
<i>As Japan wavers on its “sacred” agricultural products policy, one cannot help but feel uneasy.</i>
At the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations, TPP minister Akira Amari will visit the United States and discuss turbulent tariff areas with U.S. Trade Representative Froman. The aim is to accelerate negotiations [Read more]