During the Pittsburgh summit, G-20 leaders decided that the G-20 will officially replace the G-8 and become the main framework for global economic discussion. As the framework for the topic on global economy expands, the G-20 promises to contribute more to the global economy. However, the increase in scale does not [Read more]
The speech made by Barack Obama about abandoning the deployment of the anti-missile system in Eastern Europe once again brought up the issue of the joint use of the Gabala radar station between Russia and the United States. Was the U.S. anti-missile system finally fixed on Azerbaijan?
On Sept. 20, U.S. Vice Chairman [Read more]
Americans do things with a bit of a “cowboy” flair...but China, with its motto of taking orders and being obedient, is accustomed to using diplomacy before resorting to force.
Obama has clearly stated that he supports total nuclear disarmament. However, this is merely a distant goal, so distant that the president himself has said that he does not believe he will achieve it during his presidency.
With the approval of the Chinese tire tariffs, Obama has clearly neglected - with the exception of the U.S. labor unions - many political and economic issues.
The failure of the American troops in Afghanistan will most likely be the American version of the Battle of Adrianople in the year of 378. This battle was the prelude to the invasion of the Germans and the collapse of Roman Empire and has resulted in the ill fortune of Western civilization for 1,100 years!
Many reforms in China have used the U.S. as a model. China must therefore seriously review the problems the U.S. is experiencing in the health care sector in order to take preventative measures against the occurrence of a crisis here at home.
The U.S. is now engaged in a huge debate concerning health care reform. [Read more]
President Obama announced a few days ago that the U.S. will levy three year tariffs on all car and light truck tires imported from China. In the current global economic crisis, when recovery is still uncertain, the Obama administration has implemented a policy with obvious protectionist qualities. Criticisms from [Read more]
Given the current global economic climate, Obama’s government is setting a terrible example and ruining the U.S.’ supposed free-trade supporting image.
The president of the United States wields great authority, but this authority can’t be abused on juvenile students. Whoever forgets this point will pay for it.