This time Santa Clause is truly affected. As some children sit on his lap, they ask him for something other than a stuffed animal or the latest video game. They want a job for daddy or money to help mommy buy back their home.
Building a team in the USA can hold surprises. In 2000, George W. Bush asked Dick Cheney to find him a vice president. Cheney thoroughly researched the candidates, intruding into their private lives, and then told Bush that after everything, he himself was the best candidate. He later used the data he had collected to [Read more]
The United States and Turkey have common interests in the area, from energy to the Caucasus in Iran
The election of Barack Obama to the presidency of the United States was welcomed with enthusiasm in Turkey. But at the same time, there was a certain unease expressed by those who fear that this choice could jeopardize [Read more]
“Help for the homeless, stop oil dependency, enough of the war in Iraq,” Sheryl Oring would want to give these suggestions to the president-elect.
“Help for the homeless of America,” “Stop oil dependency,” “Enough of the war in Iraq.”
It is this standard of the other 500 messages for [Read more]
An eventual victory of Nethanyahu would not worry Washington too much, conscious of his realism and his ambitions even if they contrast with his ideological positions
Corresponding from New York
Barack Obama entrusts to an Italian-American sheriff the protection of the United States from the risk of new terrorist attacks. The sheriff in question is a women: Janet Napolitano, 51 years-old, governor of Arizona, theater of the fight against illegal immigration arriving from Mexico, a [Read more]
The Old Reporter [translators note: the writer of the article] who started to travel the USA in the summer of 1950 remembers two emblematic events. Soon after Kennedys assassination, "La Stampa" editor Giulio De Benedetti sent me to the Deep South. Only a few were missing Camelot.
In Little Rock I interviewed [Read more]
Obama put Clinton at the top of the list of names of possible successors to Condoleezza Rice
A few hours after the gaffe of Silvio Berlusconi on Barack Obamas "tan," the new American president joined the first international summit on the phone, calling the leaders of nine countries that are friends and allies, among which Italy was not one of them. Accused of the blow, Palazzo Chigi began a recovery in [Read more]