Conflict between the U.S. and China can have global economic repercussions.
Obama and Pope Francis ... were in total agreement over matters concerning social justice, human rights and respect for religious minorities, environmental issues and international politics.
<b>Decoding the Situation</b>
John Kerry will raise the star spangled banner this Friday over the embassy in Havana. The U.S. secretary of state sanctions this mutual thaw in relations, which doesn’t, however, solve questions of trade or political repression.
On Thursday, the undying Fidel Castro celebrated his [Read more]
Current American strategy necessitates the inclusion of Vietnam, which will lead America to relax the political pressure that it puts on the country.
Secretary of State John Kerry deserves applause for saying that human rights will be a priority in the new diplomatic relationship between the United States and Cuba, but his decision not to invite Cuban dissidents to the flag-raising ceremony at the U.S. embassy in Havana was, to put it mildly, disconcerting.
The United States needs to coordinate and cooperate with Egypt...no less than Egypt needs coordination and cooperation.
By continuing to ignore these reports, the U.S. and Japanese governments both show a disconcerting lack of sincerity. They should adopt the U.N.’s suggestions by immediately ceasing construction of the new base and settling the human rights violations involved.
We must celebrate the fact that Obama discussed with his host, Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, the sore subject of the state of civil liberties.