<i>Reception in the White House gardens, hymns, a 21-gun salute: Yesterday, President Barack Obama welcomed his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, with honors and a background of tensions between the two world powers.</i>
The Chinese leader’s first visit to Washington since his rise to power occurred at a moment [Read more]
You have to admit it, the American presidential campaigns offer up a more entertaining spectacle than the routine, colorless politicians of the old continent. In the U.S., one finds unexpected personalities thriving, who, having failed to conquer the support of a party, escape the machine's control and can use and [Read more]
Artists try to pass on the message of reconciliation, peace, of acceptance and knowing that we are united and have similar roots.
<i>In the primaries, Republicans are only able to tarnish Donald Trump's image somewhat. They have no real alternative to him.</i>
The problem Republicans have isn't Donald Trump. In Wednesday evening's debate, CNN moderator Jake Tapper declared open season on the nonchalant entrepreneur, and it was a welcome [Read more]
<i>Airstrikes are not enough. The failure of the previous coalition against the Islamic State is responsible for Moscow's invitation to Secretary of State John Kerry to "destroy" the Islamic State group together.</i>
It's not uplifting to have as a partner a man with whom one would rather have nothing to do because [Read more]
It would be a screaming admission that Obama’s strategy has been a dismal failure – one mistake after another, almost since fighting first broke out in Syria four years ago.
The military integration between Japan and the U.S. is insidiously afoot in Okinawa.
Our Maritime Self-Defense Force and the U.S. Navy have reportedly installed the latest model of the Sound Surveillance System (SOSUS), which extends over the Pacific side of the Nansei Islands, at the Okinawa Ocean Observatory of [Read more]