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The Merits of Obamanomics

September 5, 2015 // Le Temps - Switzerland - French

If the American economy appears today as a guarantee of relative stability, it is because Barack Obama was able to inspire a wind of optimism that has in part reinvented the country.

Ukraine, a Country Sold Off on the Diplomatic Market?

August 28, 2015 // Liberation - France - French

<i>With Russia as a key actor in international negotiations, the United States has agreed to make concessions with Ukraine in order to have an ally in other sensitive issues, notably in the Middle East.</i> We all remember the image of Victoria Nuland, the United States’ deputy secretary of state, in Maidan [Read more]

US Women in Combat: An Evolution Years in the Making

August 18, 2015 // La Presse - Canada - French

When it comes to women in combat roles — including the most exposed — the U.S. Army, which just awarded two elite women fighters Rangers status, is in the process of formalizing an evolution that began long ago in the field. The fact that two women demonstrated that they were capable of successfully completing [Read more]

A Strong and Responsible Iran

July 28, 2015 // Le Temps - Switzerland - French

One country returns, and everything is reset. Of course, it's still far from being over. There is still plenty of opposition, and there are multiple obstacles. But the agreement reached in Vienna between Iran and the great powers has the ability to change Iran and the great powers themselves. Nothing less, since it's [Read more]

America Will Have To Accept the Rise of China

April 7, 2015 // Huanqiu - China - Chinese

The relationship between today’s superpower, the United States, and an emerging country, China, shares similarities with the link between old and new countries throughout history, but there are also fundamental differences. Since America’s rise in the 19th century, it has met various setbacks (such as the Korean [Read more]

The Single Correct Lesson

December 19, 2014 // Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung - Germany - German

Today’s Cuba is not that of yesterday. Obama’s new politics respecting the island state are more than logical. Cuba is a bridge on which both America’s could meet.

The Penalty for Abetting America

June 4, 2012 // Al-Wafd - Egypt - Arabic

The Egyptian people know the reasons that led the Egyptian authorities to steadfastly hold the American perpetrators, but they may not also know the reasons that led to the release of the U.S. nationals, the conclusion of the case and their fortunate return from Cairo to their country of origin. The bail was estimated [Read more]
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