Michelle Obama landed yesterday for a three day visit to Japan. After hardly setting foot on the tarmac, her clothed silhouette has already sparked debate over diversity and plural identities.
There is no such thing as a policy without options. It’s time the Japanese and American governments consider an option besides Henoko.
Must a politician's opinion be set in stone? The Governor of Wisconsin, Scott Walker, is banking on that not being the case.
This is yet another sign that the financial world of our parents has had its day.
It’s hard not to get angry with U.S. policies, which have often been sinful due to their abruptness and, at other times, naivete, or at the least, to put it simply, because they are badly timed and becoming misguided.
Without a doubt, a new case of this is Venezuela being declared a threat to U.S. security. Even [Read more]
So, American Amanda Knox and Italian Raffaele Sollecito, her lover at the time of the events, are not guilty of the murder of Briton Meredith Kercher, who was found half-naked, raped and stabbed in her Perugia apartment in 2007. They were Erasmus students; attractive, well-off, occasional cannabis smokers and free to [Read more]
Puerto Rico ... has the strictest anti-gun laws when compared to any U.S. state. It takes a lot of time and money plus a squeaky clean reputation to go before a Puerto Rican judge and convince the court that you must own a gun.
It is easy to say that fate of the Korean Peninsula will be influenced by the U.S. and China, but that doesn’t mean it will be easy to predict how China-U.S. relations will affect us. It may as well become another source of strife and conflict, or it may serve as the pathway to peace and reunification.
Washington isn't hiding its completely justified fears that the AIIB, founded by China, will become a tool of Chinese foreign policy.
The gruesome statistics of women, children and men killed in conflicts that they don’t understand illustrates an unspeakable Arab tragedy.