Will Obama, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, find the allies he seeks to make war, or will the United States push the button on its own in order to 'punish' Assad?
On Aug. 13, the Brazilian Chancellor Antonio Patriota said that if the United States does not satisfactorily explain the revelations of espionage against Brazilian citizens it will cast a shadow of mistrust over their bilateral relations.
Since the passing of the Patriot Act in 2001, there is no privacy. Barack Obama [Read more]
Obama has requested for the Egyptian military to exercise two virtues alien to the culture and traditions of their country: tolerance and moderation.
The worldwide alert unleashed by an unspecified threat from al-Qaida makes evident how the terrorist organization, despite being more decentralized than ever, continues to be the main threat to international security.
The U.S. government feels that as long as the Ortega regime cooperates in the fight against drugs and terrorism, it does not matter to it if he amuses himself with anachronistic anti-Yankee speeches
[Obama] has strengthened his strategy for retaking an area that was historically under U.S. influence by motivating business and financial relations with his southern neighbors.
The U.S. and its allies intentionally forget that the essential basis of territorial asylum is the persecution that a person suffers.
His revelations about American spying on Latin American ally nations has caused a diplomatic mess; since this spying has infringed upon the political rights of all those governments, it proves that the United States has no friends, only interests.
The espionage carried out by the United States threatens the sovereignty of nations and the citizens' right to privacy. According to the leaks by Edward Snowden, the pirating of electronic materials, the network of control antennas, the infiltration of intercontinental communication cables and PRISM — a vast [Read more]
Karzai, who seems to be losing footing, refuses to be marginalized by a possible agreement between the U.S. and the Taliban.