We will take the delivery of arms to Ukraine as a signal for appropriate actions.
<i>The presidents of the United States and Cuba signed agreements restoring diplomatic relations in 2014. A meeting between the leaders has not yet been officially scheduled.</i>
U.S. President Barack Obama will engage with his Cuban counterpart Raul Castro during the Summit of the Americas next week in Panama, [Read more]
The President hasn’t waited for the coffee to cool before drinking it.
Setting aside the conflict over Iran's atomic program could bring Tehran and Washington closer together and lead to Iran's return to the international community.
Yesterday Martin Dempsey, U.S. chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff who is visiting South Korea, offered definitive confirmation that South Korea is joining the United States’ MD (missile defense) system. On March 24 he reported that “[W]e’re making progress on building an integrated air and missile defense [Read more]
In 2013, the American Pew Research Center discovered that the majority of those surveyed in 39 countries believed that China was or would soon be the leading superpower. This feeling was shared by more than half of the Americans surveyed. The fact that the United States is not capable of commanding an increasingly [Read more]
At the forefront of propaganda advocating the unimpeded proliferation of firearms is the National Rifle Association (NRA).