Foreign ministers from America, Japan, and Australia hurriedly conducted strategic talks in Vientiane, Laos, recently. In their joint statement, they said, “The ministers expressed their serious concerns over maritime disputes in the South China Sea. The ministers voiced their strong opposition to any coercive [Read more]
After the close of yesterday’s economic talks, China and the United States have agreed to more than 160 terms. Meanwhile, media outlets are reporting that there were just as many disagreements. Last night, Secretary of State John Kerry spoke to the press about how the talks have been very successful thus far, and [Read more]
Barack Obama will finally visit Spain before the end of his term. He follows the tradition of U.S. presidents that have always visited Spain since we reinstated democracy. The complicated political calendar in Spain forces the American president to land in our country on July 9, just two weeks after the repeated [Read more]
After what Obama said, it is no longer acceptable for us to take the position that “we’ve been fooled” by this kind of crafted talk and that we need to consider the matter.
Relations between the United States and Russia this year can hardly be called “friendly,” or even “neutral.”
<i>John Kerry came to Moscow not to play guitar or exchange jokes: It is all a sophisticated backdrop that disguises the acute and serious nature of the geopolitical processes that are so painful for the United States.</i>
Putin and Kerry’s four-hour talks were a continuation of a series of diplomatic marathons on [Read more]
<b>Will there be a long-awaited thaw in relations between Russia and the U.S. or not?
The visit to Moscow by the head of the U.S. State Department will go down in history no matter what, thanks to the mysterious red suitcase with which John Kerry came down the airplane steps. He promised to show the contents of the [Read more]
The ceasefire should be in place this Saturday, if Russia is prepared to allow it. Because without any intervention on the ground, the United States carries less and less influence.
[Kerry] did not bring anything new; rather, he came in order to give Israel more time to implement its policies against peace and the rights of the Palestinian people.