Obama grew up in solitude, and he’s used to freedom. But now a group of bodyguards are outside his bedroom door when he’s sleeping, and security staff ask if Mr. President is all right when he stays in the bathroom a little too long.
It is exactly this arrogant ideology...that has caused the U.S. to make one mistake after another in its foreign and military policy.
Soft power has highlighted President Obama’s first 100 days of diplomacy. It seems the whole world, even those countries who have been regarded as enemies, is immersing itself in the current U.S. president’s charisma and sees the dawn of change. The image of the U.S. is improving. So is its influence on several [Read more]
On April 30, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that the United States has no plans to provide economic aid to North Korea, and that North Korea is digging itself a deeper and deeper hole.
Clinton said “We have absolutely no interest and no willingness on the part of this administration to give them any [Read more]
One of the reasons for this “Win-Win-Win” situation is that the U.S.’s “lead role” in cross-strait relations has been diminishing
At the Summit of Americas, U.S. President Barack Obama has been overwhelmingly complimented for his friendly approach toward Latin America countries such as Cuba and Venezuela. However, this kind of action is regarded as seeking leverage against China, a recent article published on the China Press USA had written: [Read more]
The U.S. took a number of years to restore its moral authority after the Vietnam War, and this time, it might be even harder to do