The President speaks of a world where 'hopes and not just fears' govern. But for solutions he cannot afford to be fearful of U.S. power.
In the relationship between Europe and the U.S., the same friction points have been the cause of irritation for years. Different views on the use of military force or the extraterritorial application of American law are persistent sources of transatlantic tensions. But hardly anything gives rise to such a feeling of [Read more]
The HBO series "Looking," which premiered on Super Screen on Friday, has repeatedly been described as the new "Girls" set in a gay world. The hype also rumbled about this being "Sex and the City" focused on a trio of homosexual friends climbing — and mainly tumbling down — the hills of love in the San Francisco Bay [Read more]
<i>In April, the agonizing death of the condemned American Clayton Lockett, the result of an experimental new lethal injection procedure, opened the debate about “humane” execution. Is it to soothe the conscience of the executioner? This is what Mugambi Jouet, a legal expert who has assisted in the defense of those [Read more]
The war against computer piracy has its first "reformed informant."
Yet the United States has become the most despised country in the world, and the Soviet Union has been dissolved.
In the battle for security for all citizens, the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is the only weapon in our arsenal. Only more transparency in negotiations and respect for each other's values will dispel suspicions and clear the rumor closet of 'chlorine chickens' and genetically altered corn.