When, then, will Congress recognize that Washington's foot-dragging, late decisions and faulty agenda are responsible for what is going on in Syria?.
These two were known for their quarreling and bad-mouthing (both in word and by pen), but there was also an occasional gentlemen's agreement between them. Though both of them specialized in battling it out with other colleagues, no real battle ever broke out between them. Truman Capote (the first of the two) was heard [Read more]
American policy is always pragmatic and volatile.
The former American Secretary of State Colin Powell says that when he was proposed for vice president, he consulted his wife Alma, who asked him not to accept it out of fear for his life. Then, Powell officially expressed his refusal. In contrast, Barack Obama, in one of the most interesting American elections in [Read more]
Isn’t it possible that American political errors themselves are the inevitable result of economic weakness, and therefore difficult to correct?