The limited or indirect pact between Seoul and Tokyo to share military information on North Korea underscores how complicated and twisted the bilateral relationship is today.
What has happened and is happening to black people in America is a terrifying nightmare of discrimination and degradation that finds expression every day and every hour.
Recently, Sony Pictures Co. moved forward with filming an absurd comedy about the assassination of Kim Jong Un, despite the protests of the North Korean government. However, when it came time for the movie to be released, hackers hit Sony, causing it to halt the release of the movie to the public. This situation is not [Read more]
Until this point, the U.S. has attempted to isolate Cuba from the international community — but anyone can see that this approach has not borne fruit.
The hard-hitting report by the U.S. Senate on the torture practices of the CIA looks like an act of self-purification, but there is no consensus in the U.S. against torture, and the ban imposed by President Obama can be dismantled with the stroke of a pen.
Dianne Feinstein is a courageous woman. It is thanks to her, [Read more]
Obama was in top form as he declared to Americans, Cubans and the whole world that he would be completely changing United States policy toward Cuba, and explained why he is offering his hand to Fidel Castro's regime.
Freed from the stress of the midterm elections, which the Democrats lost heavily, the American [Read more]
Friends and foes alike are falling all over themselves to decry American hypocrisy, but this, quite frankly, is itself hypocrisy.
The terrorists of Sept. 11 have not only destroyed the skyscrapers in New York, but they also damaged the ability to know right from wrong for many Americans.
Recently, the U.S. Department of State released a report titled, “Limits in the Seas — China: Maritime Claims in the South China Seas,” which improperly commented on the legal validity of China’s nine-dash line in the South China Sea, and stated that China has yet to clarify relevant maritime claims in [Read more]
<i>The publication of a damning investigation into the CIA’s interrogation methods is also another demonstration of the president’s procrastination.</i>
American democracy has an admirable quality: It never hesitates to investigate its mistakes, its excesses, and even its abominations. Whether it’s a matter [Read more]