The government has just launched two decrees that, among other things, modify the standards for the re-entry of capital, eliminating several obstacles that up until now had prevented these standards’ application (incidentally: Couldn't they make these laws better? The Court of Appeals has just intervened on the [Read more]
The White House did not appreciate the fact that, last week, the United Kingdom decided to join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), initiated by China, “without consulting the United States.”* It clearly concerns a breach regarding the “special relationship” between the United Kingdom and the [Read more]
A senior official in the U.S. State Department criticized Israel’s announcement: 'We have long made clear our opposition to continued settlement activity'; criticism also came from the U.K., France, and the U.N. secretary general.
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]
Almost a year has passed since the beginning of the Syrian crisis and the growth of widespread support for demonstrations against the regime. Thousands of victims have fallen. Yet Washington has not clearly said "Go" to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, as it did in the case of former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak [Read more]