In fact, it is no exaggeration to say that almost everyone on earth knows that the real force behind the unstable situation in the South China Sea is the U.S.
Despite protests by the Occupy movement, Hillary Clinton has emerged as the pragmatic, moderate option in New York.
If there is a city in the U.S. that symbolizes the growing gap between rich and poor, even if the statistics don’t place it last, that city is New York. Last week, the New York City Council happily [Read more]
[I]t seems increasingly clear that the voters don’t want any of the candidates who are still in the race.
America and the American military have done so much in this region, yet the Pentagon had the gall to raise questions about the Chinese military plane rescue of three sick workers. This must be a rare posturing from one great power to another in the history of international relations.
Clinton's continuous attacks against China are [not] strange, because attacking China is her pet project.
<i>George W. Bush wanted, and failed, to democratize the Arab world, whereas Barack Obama accepts the autocratic regimes in the Middle East. He has invested little political capital in the region, and Saudi Arabia is trying to exploit this in its own way.</i>
President Obama's visit to Saudi Arabia is a clash of two [Read more]
This resistance to an all-female team is telling about the way we view women as representative solely of their gender in many aspects of public life, and not their other experiences or qualities, in a similar way to how people of colour are often viewed solely through the prism of their race.