In the end, Iran signed an agreement with the “Great Satan,” with the “Smaller Devil” in convoy. The latter is entirely satisfied with the agreement despite everything that was published about the reactions of Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel’s Prime Minister, suggesting entirely otherwise.
The Greek vote relating to its recent debt crisis has been exaggerated by some media outlets into a crisis of the euro, as if the currency could no longer work and the European integration plan is about to fall apart.
British and American media have long talked of the decline of Europe. Ever since the 2010 European [Read more]
The Americans use, as they usually do, two contradictory diplomatic policies: They are always with the regimes, but they also seek to appease the opposition by meeting with them as well.
Hiding in the background is a power struggle between the world's two strongest economies.
When Walmart does it, this is no longer a single eccentric executive: it is corporate America shaking hands with Prof Piketty.
Somalis, like many of the world’s people, are significant only when they are considered a threat. And if US policies make that threat more likely, well, that will be another administration’s problem. Until then, they count for nothing.
Fifty years have passed since his assassination in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963; at the time he was 46 years old, and seeking a new chance to save face. The journey of American President John Kennedy, whether in his political life or in his grand personal life, has inspired not only ordinary people, but filmmakers and [Read more]