As a symbolic polar bear, the resurgence of Russia power is seemingly taking shape.
Although foreseeing the potential outbreak of conflict, or even a war, between Russia and Georgia, the U.S. did not expect such a radical response from Russia. This has led to a situation in which Washington not only has few options [Read more]
When New York’s “Summer Streets” program made its debut on August 9th, cyclists, roller skaters, joggers and people pushing baby trolleys went out into the car-free Manhattan streets at a leisurely mood. While approximately 1.5 million people swarmed into the street in support of the program, a small number of [Read more]
Bush Administration hardliners reportedly spun intelligence that triggered a nuclear crisis with North Korea and led to a nuclear bomb testing by Pyongyang, a situation just like the intelligence controversy of the Iraq war, says a new book to be released this week.
Just like a reprint of Iraq war intelligence [Read more]
The dispute over the Chinese translation for "Chinese Taipei" - whether it should be translated into “Zhonghua Taipei" (中華台北) or “Zhongguo Taipei" (中國台北), has caused frictions between Taipei and Beijing authorities.* South Korea and Japan are upset with each other's claims of ownership and names [Read more]
In order to gain immigrant voter support, a candidate who competes for a public post should map out campaigning strategies aimed at ethnic groups, such as putting ads in ethnic minority magazines or in their community newspapers.
On Jan 8th, Hilary Clinton won New Hampshire with the help of her infrequent tears; Then on Feb 5th, Super Tuesday, she again captured populous California and New York although Obama won most states;
The 3rd "Marvelous Victory" came on March 4th for this "Comeback Gal". She unbelievably won Ohio and Texas primaries [Read more]