The disturbances recorded in numerous U.S. cities – after a jury did not find motive to indict a white police officer accused of killing a young black man last August in Ferguson – recreate images and situations that have already been seen: an incident between a white police officer and a young black man who ends [Read more]
Irish policy makers will want to pay close attention to the U.S. immigration debate.
America’s hegemonic ambitions encourage volatile situations.
If the U.S. finally opens its eyes, we too must open ours.
It is widely known that Kim Jong Un has no use for the Americans. Recently, the North Korean dictator exploited a trip to a museum as a means to get even with the enemy.
Though winning over voters by such catchphrases as "Hope" and "Change" in the 2008 presidential campaign, Barack Obama has in the past six years disillusioned not only Americans but also the rest of the world by failing to close the infamous Guantanamo prison, to help curb global warming, to achieve an agreement establishing an independent Palestinian state, etc.
Every so often in the United States, the issue of killings by civilians, usually males of various ages, equipped with firearms resurges. The latest incident involved a 15-year-old student who, last Friday, opened fire on his classmates while they were having breakfast in the school cafeteria. Two teenagers – one [Read more]
Biden may have come to the conclusion that anyone who has friends of this kind no longer needs enemies.
Blacks and whites in America stand in irreconcilable opposition — a fact that the first black president has been unable to alter.