On July 19, Obama landed in Afghanistan, starting his week-long international visit. Afghanistan is the first stop. According to arrangements, Obama's visit is divided into three parts: Afghanistan and Iraq, the Middle East, and Europe. As a presidential candidate, Obama's first international stage performances brought [Read more]
He has been busy with the campaign, so why did Obama choose to visit the Middle East and Europe at this time? He chose to do this because Obama has exposed two soft ribs to his Republican opponent, who constantly attacked him during the first half of the campaign year.
BEIJING, July 2 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on Wednesday welcomed the U.S. assistance to China's reconstruction work in the quake-hit region.
Wen made the welcome remarks in a meeting with a joint delegation of the U.S. government, business and rescue organizations, headed by Administrator of the Agency [Read more]
A late poll on the leadership temperament of the two U.S. presidential candidates shows prospective Democratic candidate Barack Obama substantially leading Republican candidate John McCain in most categories.
According to a "Central News Agency" report, the poll released by Gallup on the 27th showed that 54% of the [Read more]
China hopes that the second-phase actions of the Six-party talks between China, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), the United States, Japan, the Republic of Korea (ROK) and Russia will be implemented in a balanced, effective and all-round way so as to usher in the third-phase actions as soon as possibly, [Read more]
June 16th, 2008 has to become a historic day for the State of California. The local Supreme Court ruled gay marriage legal in California last month, and couples of the same sex are able to register for legal marriage by recognition from the California government at 17:01 on June 16th.
Before, in the United States, [Read more]
The color of Senator Barack Obama’s skin is attracting the most attention in this year's ongoing U.S. presidential campaign. The Democratic nominee, with half the blood in his veins African, has been commended as the "star of change,” and now appears especially dazzling and splendid with his victory in the recent [Read more]