I did not know what human rights were in China, but I understood the value of human rights when I arrived in the U.S.
In a news conference, Rodrigo Duterte referred to the U.S. president as a "son of a bitch."
We don’t even know who made the stereotypes up.
The stereotypical image of President Barack Obama's administration "resetting" and achieving mutually rewarding relations with Russia turned to dust even before the election campaign this year.
Russian troops and weapons of mass destruction still remain in [Read more]
North Korea will take as a major insult the U.S. branding of Chairman Kim — the [people's] supreme leader — as a perpetrator of human rights abuses.
Whether we like it or not, this upside-down world is not moved by the masses, it is moved by the media and the power of the elite and their money.
There is a price to pay for being a global hegemony, and America deserves all the consequences.
Reports released by the United States are usually 'tools of extortion against other countries' ...
The world’s eyes are on Okinawa. The government should be aware of this.
The U.S. Department of State released its yearly human rights report on April 13, playing the same old tune in its criticisms of every country on earth. China and Russia were focuses of American criticism among the great powers. The Chinese portion of the report reached over 28,000 English words, and the Russian [Read more]