On Sunday, Sept. 20 on NBC, Ben Carson, candidate for the Republican nomination, expressed his opposition to the prospect of electing a Muslim president in the United States. A conservative Christian, Mr. Carson was asked the question of whether the faith of a candidate in the presidential election was important. The [Read more]
On Sept. 18, the U.S. Justice and State Departments worked in close coordination with their Chinese counterparts to forcibly repatriate Yang Jinjun, a suspect under charges of corruption and bribery who fled to the United States and had been living there for 14 years. This marks the first time that the United States [Read more]
Climb the corporate ladder but keep your cool: In many companies, mindfulness has become a mantra that can hardly be escaped. Why hasn’t everyone reached Enlightenment then?
<i>High penalties for automakers in the United States: Toyota most recently had to pay $1.2 billion in penalties, General Motors, $900 million</i>
<i>In addition, Volkswagen must expect damage to its image</i>
Legal problems in Europe, they say in the auto industry, are unpleasant. But they can somehow be [Read more]
Lawmakers seem completely powerless against the innovative and bold models born from the digital revolution.
There was a time — somewhere between the Cold War and Sept. 11, during the golden age of secular societies — when the world believed it was done with certainties. Nevertheless, history loves bouncing back to surprise us. The forceful return of the religious, seen everywhere on the planet, is as surprising as it is [Read more]
The American press writes that Europe should not treat refugees so cruelly.
In light of the European refugee crisis, the U.S. has been pressured to help. So far the world powers have taken in hardly [any] people from Syria. Now that should change. But will it be more than a symbolic gesture?
Since its founding more than two centuries ago, the United States has been a destination for [Read more]
The Trump phenomenon within the U.S. Republican Party is no accident.