Even though Obama has repeatedly proposed “global governance,” it’s only an attempt to use ideology so that it can gain time to recover its strength.
The U.S.’ attitude of moral superiority is almost religious in its fervor.
For the first time in a few weeks, Google has once again hit the headlines. Recently, 10 countries, including the U.K., France and Canada, accused Google of inadequate protection of privacy. In response to this, on April 20, Google disclosed the number of times the company had been required by governments to provide [Read more]
National policymakers can represent the voice of caution and reason while the people are complicated and impulsive.
April is National Poetry Month for Americans. The Academy of American Poets hands out poetry books to high school and elementary school students in this month every year. A charity event that calls for donations for the development of poetry will be held at Lincoln Center in New York, and will attract celebrities from [Read more]
On April 5, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced that it intends to fine Toyota Motor Company up to $16.4 million for its massive recall. This would be the largest fine to date that the U.S. government has issued to an automotive company (April 6, Xinhua Net).
Toyota Motors’ “Recall-gate” caused a [Read more]