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April 2014

The Collapse of Obama's Diplomacy

April 27, 2014 // Slate.fr - France - French

The American administration has given up the role that the United States has traditionally played in world affairs for the last 70 years. The extent of the consequences is yet to be seen, even if they are already felt from Kiev to the China Seas.

Let’s Watch Shinzo Abe Kissing Up to Obama

April 27, 2014 // Huanqiu - China - Chinese

If all East Asian affairs only need a few words from the American president and his attitude in a visit, then the Asian countries and Washington have a relationship similar to a kindergarten class and its teacher.

Easier To Get into Harvard than To Get a Job at Walmart

April 26, 2014 // El Mundo - Spain - Spanish

Perhaps it is the best expression of the arch-famous division between the 1 percent and the 99 percent. In the United States, finding a job at a company where half the employees receive food stamps is twice as difficult as being accepted into Harvard, or three times as difficult as getting into Stanford's Masters of [Read more]

Diaoyu Belongs to China: US Must Not Tie Itself to Japan

April 26, 2014 // Wen Wei Po - Hong Kong - Chinese

Next week, U.S. President Barack Obama will visit Japan to meet and issue a joint statement together with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Japanese media has printed that the U.S. did not accede to Japan's requests to spell out "the U.S. obligation to defend the Senkakus" within the joint statement. The fact is that [Read more]
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