Obama says the hour to free himself from 'the imprisonment of the past' has arrived.
In December 2013, at the ceremonies for Nelson Mandela’s funeral and to everyone’s astonishment, Barack Obama shook hands with Raúl Castro. At the time, people started asking: Were the old Cold War enemies about to reconcile or was it just good manners at a funeral? The answer would emerge one year later: on Dec. [Read more]
The image is shocking: 109 Chinese Uighurs that were arrested in Thailand after having fled China have been handed over to Peking authorities and repatriated on a special flight, their faces covered by a black fabric bag, each flanked by two members of the special forces.
This is what happened last weekend in China. [Read more]
There is no difference between America and the Muslim Brotherhood; they are two sides of the same dirty coin.
Although the handshake between George H.W. Bush and Gorbachev in 1989 was used to bury the Cold War, there are still some traces of that period in which the planet was divided into two large blocks. However, yesterday was a historic day because the most symbolic and important of those traces reached an end: the [Read more]
The United States is still part of the solution, but never again will it be the only solution.
<i>First five years in Taliban captivity, and now, the rest of his life in an American prison. This may be the fate of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who has been charged with desertion.</i>
Last summer, Bergdahl’s case engendered huge controversy, which has returned with redoubled strength.
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[A] report concludes that Bergdahl had no intention of leaving the Army permanently. His motives, however, remain unclear.
Yet as most Americans will tell you, you can’t spread human rights and democracy around the world without military aggression.