President-elect Barack Obama will pursue a more careful course in foreign policy; however, many aspects of his political agenda are dubious, at least according to Vladimir Anohin, Pravda.rus permanent expert and the vice-president of the Academy of Geopolitical Problems. Obamas careful approach to U.S. foreign [Read more]
Yet in choosing Obama, the people of America have opted to come back into the international fold. Welcome back, friends!
Good day! I am an employee of the U.S. State Department, John Johnson. Your treatment of the situation in Iraq is a little wrong. I would like to clarify the situation.
The administration of U.S. President George W. Bush might have extended the sanctions because some in Washington believe Russia and China have done everything possible to water down U.S. efforts to impose sanctions against Iran.
The United States introduced these sanctions without any basis in international law. We will take that into account in our relations with the United States