Obama will not be on the ballot this Nov. 4, but as he himself has recognized, the elections will be in a large way a plebiscite on his leadership.
It has been over two months since U.S. airstrikes against the Islamic State forces began on Iraq, and almost a month since they expanded to Syria with the support of Arab and Western governments. The objective set by Barack Obama was to weaken and destroy the ruthless fanatic militia that has proclaimed a caliphate in [Read more]
The sanctions imposed by The United States a few days ago on Hungary are an unprecedented decision. Never before have Americans punished any member country of the EU, which is their biggest ally.
Washington is claiming that the decision to forbid entry to the U.S. to six Hungarian citizens is due to attempted [Read more]
The president of the Russian Tennis Federation insulted two female players. When is a joke a joke, and when is it humiliation?
The gulf in the opinions of American voters has never been greater than today. Republicans and Democrats live in their own worlds and even see their opponents as a threat.
Even if the Republicans win the next congressional election in three weeks, the results will lead to an even greater paralysis of American [Read more]
There is heavy criticism of the way doctors are handling the epidemic — and Obama is trying to sugarcoat the situation.
The aerial strikes have slowed, but failed to stop, the progression of jihadi in Kobane.
Four weeks to the vote. One of the determining factors could be the president's growing unpopularity.
The next anti-terror war with no clear political agenda has already begun. It won't be the last.
Obama needs to go further than military containment to destroy the Islamic State.