By playing with fire, Americans and Europeans risk getting burned.
I went to bed last night with this question: Why would a mother, accompanied by her children and other members of her family, ever feel the need to put a loaded gun in her handbag to go shopping in a Wal-Mart in an Idaho region best known for its potatoes? This morning, I read this more or less satisfying response, [Read more]
In Russia, they are awaiting Barack Obama’s reply to his invitation to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Victory Day.
History will judge Mr Obama harshly if he fails to adapt his legacy ambitions to the difficult times ahead.
North Korea's broadband and 3G cellular networks experienced large-scale outages that began in the early morning hours of Dec. 23 and lasted until midday. Was this a U.S. cyber-counteroffensive on North Korea? Will the digital dispute between the two nations escalate into a full-blown "cyberwar?" These questions are [Read more]
What I'm proposing here isn't science fiction. It's not a chapter from a century-old mystery novel or Edgar Allen Poe's tale of "The Murders in the Rue Morgue."
It's about a very real situation that shows signs of a plot against the Dominican Liberation Party (PLD).
I'm referring to the consistent comments made [Read more]
After a half-century of relations based on dirty tricks and political anger, Presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro have opted for normalization. In fact, unless there are major setbacks from the U.S. Congress, the embargo — the formidable weapon — as well as the remnants of the Cold War should be put in [Read more]
The pragmatism between Obama and Castro is opening the path of normalization between the United States and Cuba.