When an economic body maintains steady growth but low interest rates, this produces not only an economic bubble, but also a plague.
The West can't and shouldn't defend these countries with weapons, but with words.
Tourism is a high-impact scenario in the new steps taken for the normalization of bilateral relations between the U.S. and Cuba.
The presence of clearly defined national foreign trade and economic priorities helps officials.
The limited recognition of the attacks on the part of American officials partly stems from their struggle to admit that terrorism can also be a domestic ill.
As planned, John Kerry, the French-speaking and Francophile U.S. secretary of state, did what was necessary on Friday in Paris to demonstrate U.S. solidarity [Read more]
Much of the U.S. Senate report on torturing suspected terrorists was heavily censored, but what did manage to see the light of day gives devastating insight into the horror cabinets of a superpower's intelligence services in its “war on terror.” Amnesty International (AI) has dug more deeply and has again turned [Read more]
The United States was not among the 2 million present at a rally. Obama has made an unwise political move and is guilty of underestimating the significance of this event.
The meeting of the European ministers of interior and justice on the eve of the big Paris rally and the announcement of American President Barack Obama’s intention to call for an international summit to discuss the situation of the war on terrorism all reinforces returning once again to the atmosphere which prevailed [Read more]
After the criticism Americans received, we get their mea culpa. "We should have sent someone with a higher profile to be there [at the demonstration in Paris]” White House spokesman Josh Earnest told the press. President Barack Obama, he added, would have wanted to participate. But why didn't he go? Earnest provided [Read more]
A report from the American Congress’ Senate Intelligence Committee recently exposed some methods of torture that American intelligence agencies have used. This report, known as the Committee Study of the Central Intelligence Agency's Detention and Interrogation Program, contains a total of 6,000 pages — though only [Read more]