Following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and the ensuing global war against terrorism, bin Laden’s death has assumed its place as the major achievement of the war on terror and of Barack Obama´s administration. It has also given rise to a variety of analyses and opinions about how al-Qaida might react. [Read more]
It would seem that Obama is gaining strength, with a view toward winning a second term in the White House, contrary to the predictions of some political analysts who view his prospects for re-election as very difficult.
Before the passivity of the democratic rulers of the world, particularly the United States and Europe, the genocidal dictator of Libya, Moammar Gadhafi, continues to bomb with impunity the population of his country heroically fighting for liberty and democracy, killing and wounding many people, and causing immense [Read more]
... this is the only case, since the war in Afghanistan in the '80s, that al-Qaida has been on the same side of an issue as the U.S.
Let us not see the garbage in foreign eyes when we have been unable to clean our own.
Once again, the president of Nicaragua has stepped into the international public arena and shown his lack of humanity and his political cold-heartedness by saying, during a meeting with the Syrian Minister of Information Mohsen Bilal in the presidential residence, that the United States is moving its troops into Haiti [Read more]
Obama’s Roots in Africa, his humble origins and his astonishing ascent arouse hope in many people who, like castaways, seek out last resorts in the middle of the storm.
In all of my life, I have never heard a North American president abandon arrogance the way [Obama] did.
At the end of this month, on October 29, the General Assembly of the United Nations will discuss, for the seventeenth time, a project of a resolution against the most universal, prolonged, and a low-blow of a violation of international law, human rights, and a people's sovereignty: a 50-year-old embargo imposed by [Read more]
Behind the global food crisis there is a Titanic struggle among the petroleum countries and the big American agricultural corporations, explained the Doctor of Economy, Francisco Mayorga. “It is a struggle of big animals”, says Mayorga, paraphrasing the famous saying that was coined after he was incarcerated for [Read more]