Many argue that a U.S. recession will no longer affect the world because China has supplanted America as an engine of the global economy. Wrong.
BANGKOK — The strategic presence of the United States in Southeast Asia takes two forms, both of which are interrelated: The relationship is institutionalized through the Pacific Command in Honolulu and then formalized through various hub-and-spoke agreements with member states of the 10-member Association of [Read more]
The central character of the autumn 2008 U.S. presidential election has taken the stage. Hillary Clinton, the New York senator, has announced her bid for the presidency.
In the U.S. midterm elections last November, the Democratic Party scored a huge victory over the Republicans to gain control of Congress. [Read more]