Where’s the hope and change that many in the U.S. call for every time some crazy gunman strikes?
<i>The question is whether Obama will become another Reagan, who, through his negotiations with Gorbachev, put an end to the Cold War, or another Chamberlain, who dared Hitler to continue his invasion.</i>
Americans and Europeans are most concerned about Islamic State terrorism. America is not unanimous in its [Read more]
The president of the United States takes the initiative with Congress against him and a limited time frame.
Barack Obama fulfilled his promise. Having received a mighty blow to the gut after losing majorities in both houses of Congress after the recent elections, the American president made a countermove, considered by many to be fatal. Bypassing the legislative branch, he adopted a declaration on immigration. This [Read more]
Amnesty in this country built by immigration is nothing exceptional.
With an executive order, Barack Obama has put an end to the anguish of 5 million people, who, because of their status as undocumented immigrants, have lived for years at risk of being deported to their native countries if they find themselves in a situation where they are ever asked for documentation. This executive [Read more]
Despite Republican opposition, Obama provided legal status to five million immigrants through executive action.
<b>Interview</b> Obama is looking to grab the Hispanic and Catholic voters, according to Denis Lacorne, a specialist in American political history.
Denis Lacorne is a professor at the Sciences Po in France and a specialist in the political history of the United States.
<b>Immigration reform is an old commitment [Read more]
In the last six years, Obama has demonstrated that he is a great orator but a lousy president.
The Obama era has come to an end. I am certain that the president is counting down the hours he has left to sleep in the White House. Indeed, I think if it were possible for him to resign, he would probably think about [Read more]
Helping millions of undocumented people is now almost impossible since the U.S. Congress was left in the hands of Republicans more than a week ago. The topic has returned to the arena with the White House’s decision to decree, via the executive branch, the mass legalization of immigrants under the guise of [Read more]