For Iraqis, Paul Bremer became camel's urine, dragging the country back to a state of lawlessness and paving the way for the masking of the Iraqi political class.
U.S. President Barack Obama, former lawmaker and elite Harvard graduate, is the object of ridicule because of his fumbling and indecision, not to mention his foreign policies that do not befit a country regarded as the single greatest power in the world since the Cold War. People are also laughing at his Secretary of [Read more]
The government of the biggest economy in the world did it: it closed its federal chambers and obstructed the work of more than 800 thousand employees with unpaid leave. The closure affects important government services and institutions, such as the space agency (NASA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and [Read more]
This is terror of a different kind, but terror all the same.
The many messages which U.S. President Barack Obama has delivered from the podium of the 68th meeting of the United Nations while it was held at the U.N. headquarters in New York, from Tuesday night to last Wednesday, and their clarification of American foreign policy in the foreseeable future bore indications for more [Read more]
According to my experience, if you are attacked because of your diplomacy from the left and right, from doves and hawks, and from internationalists and isolationists, then it is perhaps wisest for you to be right about what you do. In the midst of many comments about the American-Russian deal this month related to [Read more]