History has taught us that many intelligent groups of people have descended into an abyss of bad choices, pulling the world with them into disastrous times.
It can be said that every color revolution is a piece on the chessboard of America’s greater scheme to obtain global hegemony.
The continued warming of Cuban-American relations will aid America in removing the influence of foreign powers in Latin America. This is certainly one of the most important motivations for Obama’s visit to Cuba.
I had a chance to watch one of the first public appearances of Barack Obama at the federal level in the U.S. at the Democratic convention in 2004. This performance was so inspirational and brilliant, both in essence and form, that most of the people started thinking that this man should be the president of America. And [Read more]
The terms “diplomacy” and “negotiation” are conspicuously missing from this agenda as is any mention of the disastrous political mistakes made by the U.S. over the past few decades.
<i>Barack Obama has summed up the results of his time in office.</i>
U.S. President Barack Obama presented the annual State of the Union address to Congress — his last address at Capitol Hill for the two terms of his presidency. The final speech from the current head of the White House, who came to the power under [Read more]
Obama may never enter the pantheon of great presidents, in the sense that he notched up any one historic achievement or changed his country in any single specific way. What he has done, however, is to prepare the way for vast changes in how the United States sees itself, and how it is regarded around the world.
A new, unexpected theme appeared in the American political discourse in advance of the upcoming presidential election. Politicians, analysts, journalists, bloggers and social network users talk about presidential candidates in terms of their willingness to "sit down at the negotiating table with Putin" and deliver [Read more]
<i>The U.S., obsessed by the rise of Asia, withdrew too quickly from the Middle East, without seeing the grand return of Russia and without asserting itself as a great power in the Asia-Pacific region.</i>
The grand game. To mark his great comeback on the international stage, show his loyalty to his Syrian ally and [Read more]
Between the worldview of the former student of the KGB academy and that of the former social worker from Chicago, the gulf appears immense.