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April 2015

The US in the Middle East: Moderates? Terrorists!

April 2, 2015 // Cuba Sí - Cuba - Spanish

Regardless of the fact that Benjamin Netanyahu won the March 17 Israeli election, we must not deceive ourselves: the difference in viewpoint and the obstacles that his government put before President Barack Obama's plan to come to an agreement with Iran on the nuclear problem and to keep conversation open with the [Read more]

The Puzzle of the Defense Budget in the US

April 2, 2015 // Les Échos - France - French

The United States Congress generally does not have a hard time agreeing on defense spending, largely because its members are convinced that increasing the funds of the Pentagon allows it to better answer to the challenges of safety. But The New York Times believes that this time, it's harder to come up with a general [Read more]

Frank Underwood Rather than Barack Obama

April 1, 2015 // De Volkskrant - Netherlands - Dutch

<i>Opinion: According to Americans, any TV president would be better than Barack Obama, criminal or not.</i> Americans prefer fictional presidents to their real one, Barack Obama. Of those surveyed for a Reuters-Ipsos poll, 57 percent indicated that they would be supportive if Frank Underwood, president in “House [Read more]

What They’re Not Telling Us

April 1, 2015 // Le Nouvelliste - Haiti - French

Spread the word because they don’t always tell us to our face: Haiti is not the center of the world. Barack Obama, the American president, does not wake up every morning asking what his annoying neighbors are up to. Yes, Haiti is more of an annoyance than anything else. Out of politeness, the Americans do not always [Read more]

Likud America Media Campaigns Condemn Themselves

April 1, 2015 // Al-Hayat - Pan Arab - Arabic

American political commentator Thomas Friedman has been subjected to an endless and wicked campaign by Likud America because of his political opinions, especially his objection to the influence of the Jewish-American billionaire Sheldon Adelson in Congress and in American politics itself. The campaign is a [Read more]
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