President Obama must make good on his promise to close the infamous detention centre.
Currently, the rebels, and indeed the civilians, are entirely defenseless against the barrel bombs and missiles which wreak such destruction and bloodshed across Syria. And all this is going on while President Bashar Assad campaigns for the presidential polls he is virtually guaranteed to win, a further slap in the face to the opposition and its allies, should they need one.
China should move to counteract the notions that the U.S. is the only victim of cyberattacks and that China is the 'common enemy' in global cybersecurity.
The German foreign minister is negotiating the NSA issue in Washington eye to eye with the Americans. The U.S. shows little interest in Germany's concerns.
Chinese exploration will not stop, and it points to the deepest space. In light of the crowding we are seeing, it is legitimate to ask ourselves how we got into occupying space in the first place. If it's true that everything belongs to everyone, and no government can call the moon or Mars its own on the basis of the [Read more]
<i>American businessmen and politicians are looking at the results of the European elections on May 25 with interest and a little apprehension: There is a chance that the anti-Europeans will win.</i>
For the first time, the American political and financial ruling classes are very interested in the European elections. [Read more]
What has Bin Laden done with Sayyid Qutb’s* fatwa? This fatwa — which declared the nature of the relationship between the Muslim and the secular state, whether in the West or in the Islamic world — equates the secular state with the ignorance of pre-Islamic times and emphasizes the need to combat and eliminate [Read more]
During his Asia tour, Obama reassured Japan that the Senkaku Islands, the source of a bitter territorial dispute between Tokyo and Beijing, is covered by U.S. defense obligations under the Japan-U.S. Security Treaty.