<i>Why does Washington seek to control Tehran, and is America’s new main enemy really so scary?</i>
With persistence worthy of a better cause, drunk on either whiskey or his own successes, the American cowboy roams the world, waving around his "justice." He got up in the morning, put a hamburger in his mouth, boots [Read more]
The U.S. is one of relatively few countries in whose developments outsiders take special interest. This heightened interest reflects the exceptionally large degree of influence that the U.S. has on the world economy and politics. In my opinion, it will continue in the long run, despite the increased competition from [Read more]
The state of New York became the sixth state in the U.S. to allow same-sex marriage. Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the amendments unanimously approved by the State Senate earlier, reported the site Channel 24.
A month before the law will come into force, the state is expecting a real invasion of same-sex marriages. [Read more]
The Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine hopes that foreign partners will contribute to strengthening the foundations of competitive democracy in Ukraine.
In an interview with Ukrainian news agency Interfax-Ukraine, the deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Mr. Ruslan Demchenko, said they believed the [Read more]
The United States recognized that Turkmenistan has made some progress in areas such as the registration of the Catholic Church, and the new amendments to the criminal code that provide, for instance, for new penalties against those who engage in trafficking in persons.
... John Tefft is more likely to alarm the Ukrainians. After all, he was the ambassador to Georgia when Saakashvili attacked South Ossetia.