Russia and the European Union have set a course toward normalizing relations this week in the posh city of Nice on the French Riviera. Relations had suffered since Russias military involvement in Georgia. The newly found unity appears to be based in opposition to a third party, the United States, in two different [Read more]
In a country threatened by recession, debt and high unemployment, giving out rhetorical happy pills wont be good enough.
The choice between Obama and McCain is not only the business of U.S. citizens. It is also a concern of Europeans - and for good reason.
Recently, people have been saying that no matter who wins the election, Obama or McCain, it wont make any difference to the world. The new president will have to worry about [Read more]
Europe is in for a hard time in the Hindu Kush especially if Barack Obama is elected President.
One rule that all militaries try to observe is the one that says whoever goes to war must be prepared for worst-case scenarios. In Iraq and Afghanistan, that rule was apparently ignored.
With the mistaken assumption in [Read more]
The crisis is destroying Americas spiritual foundation its optimism.
The optimism of Americans is ever astonishing. The hope for a better future, not brought about by government or a winning lottery ticket, but one that people create with their own hands and a lot of courage, seemed unshakeable among U.S. [Read more]
With his journey to Europe and the Middle East, Obama carries his election campaign out into the world where he is awaited with friendly curiosity. Officially, Obama is appearing as the Democratic candidate for President; unofficially, he has become the person on whom the world’s hopes have been pinned.
Schwarzenegger can not become US President because he was not born in the United States. Why then can McCain, who was born in Panama?
There are three criteria in the U.S.-American constitution that a candidate must satisfy in order to enter into the President's Office; he must be at least 35 years old, he must have [Read more]
Putin and Bush have proven at their last joint meeting that neither wants to renounce historical differences.
They have always been a peculiar pair. Vladimir Putin and George W. Bush have perhaps understood each other so well, because they share the same preferences and mistakes. They can give a virtuoso world [Read more]