The Euro area was declared to be in technical recession, for the first time since it was created, 10 years ago
Perhaps for the first time in the history of The Land of Opportunities, the American dream has been snatched from the people
The gushing enthusiasm of Barack Obamas supporters has made possible the exit of Republicans from the political scene. Should he have been president again, George W. Bush would have gone to his ranch in Texas, to meditate upon the eight years when he was the most powerful man of the world.
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First of all, if Barack Obama becomes president, it will mean that only now, The War of Secession between North and South will be over. With a president of colour, son of a black muslim and a white woman, America will have won a great victory with itself, over the cruel racism and convulsive past. It is a message for [Read more]
I now sit and wonder: did anyone ask the ordinary American John Doe if he wanted his money to be used to pay for the yachts, private jets, personal islands and bear bellies of those high up in prestigious firms on Wall Street?
The formula that would best suit Romania would have the next American president be a republican again. This is because, traditionally, the republicans have shown interest in the Black Sea and the Caucasus areas. If Barack Obama wins, American interest will be somewhat redirected to areas like Africa or Indonesia, which [Read more]
The terrorists hope that a Republican victory will lead to the prolongation of the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq so that they can kill more Americans.
Former allies U.S. and Germany are now being torn apart by the issue of energy routes. After the war in Georgia, European countries intensified their efforts to ensure access to hydrocarbons that originate in Russian territory. Meanwhile the U.S. has attempted to limit Russias efforts to have more power on the [Read more]
Washington has found two very different solutions for the very similar nuclear aspirations of India and Iran. If the answer for Iran was "no" from the beginning, India is being helped every step of the way. It is only the U.S. Congress that now stands between Indias nuclear ambitions and American leader George [Read more]
President Dmitri Medvedev accused the Americans on Saturday of arming Georgia under the pretence of humanitarian aid. Vice-president Dick Cheney fought back immediately, accusing the Kremlin of acts of war against the democracy in Georgia. President Medvedev declared that through his intervention in Georgia, Russia [Read more]