<i>Obama spoke to the parents of the beheaded journalist on the phone after he made a speech on TV [to say that though] he is shocked, America will not give in to terrorists, after which he went to play golf all day.</i>
Even the most loyal Obama fans these days scratch their heads with bewilderment. Two weeks ago, [Read more]
Barack Obama, who in January 2009 took the office of President of the United States of America, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize with the explanation: “For his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples.” Obama has promised to withdraw from unilateral policies that [Read more]
It is argued that America’s problem lies in the fact that it has a weak president, and that France’s liability is Francois Hollande. Both opinions are wrong. First of all, let’s consider the case of America. Whoever was president today would have to deal with exactly the same limitations of power and influence [Read more]
It is time we came together as an international community and hasten to contain the Islamic State group.
It is a problem for the world that the U.S. is no longer the world’s policeman.
When Ronald Reagan won the presidency of the United States, I thought the worst, and the worst occurred. When George W. Bush won, I thought the worst, and the worst happened. When Barack Obama assumed the presidential office on Jan. 20, 2009, I thought the best, but the worst has followed. Skin color is clearly not [Read more]
In order for his policy to pay, the American president firstly needs some visible results obtained through the policy of soft power (not violent) and progressive pressure.
The U.S. president had plenty of important things to say about the Islamic State militias and the conflict in Ukraine at his latest press conference, but the bottom line was the Internet mainly talked about one thing and one thing only: his beige summer suit.
Still two more years. Then there is the hope that the world’s leading nation is dominated by powerful policy perspectives for the free world.
It seems Obama still hopes to use his own personal charisma and charm to solve issues, adopting a 'please both sides' approach to dealing with racial problems in America.