Almost three years after U.S. withdrawal, Obama returns to Iraq against all of his instincts and deepest convictions.
The Ma Ying-jeou administration forced a second Legislative Yuan interim meeting in order to pass the Cross-Strait Service Trade Agreement, the Cross-Strait Goods Trade Agreement, and free economic pilot zones. There is also slander that Economic Minister Zhang Jiazhu’s resignation was only a desperate call for [Read more]
<i>Washington’s assistance to the Iraqi government is exclusionary.</i>
With the consent of, and quite often with direct support from, Washington and its Western and regional partners, international terrorism is spreading across the globe, posing an increasing threat for the humankind. Along with the terrorist [Read more]
South Korea must concentrate its power in creating a cooperative relationship between the U.S. and China because it is the most susceptible to this potential conflict.
'If sanctions are imposed on [medical technology], then in our country we just won’t be able to get sick.'
The U.S. and NATO want to move forward in the post-Soviet world, and Russia wants to prevent that exact thing from happening. Both sides are avoiding a direct confrontation.