In announcing a pause in deportations that would benefit 5 million unauthorized immigrants, the president is setting a trap for Republicans: They can neither block his orders nor condemn them too loudly, at the risk of antagonizing the Latino electorate.
With the Sino-U.S. Nov. 12 agreement on climate change, for the first time, the U.S. declared it would reduce its 2025 greenhouse gas emissions to 26-28 percent below 2005 levels, and pledged to lower carbon emissions to 17 percent below 2005 levels. As for China, it formally declared that "around" 2030 it would stop [Read more]
The US believes unreservedly in American exceptionalism and its foreign policy is inspired by the commitment to promote democracy in every country in the world.
America used to review the past and try to make amends for its wrongdoings. It has made a lot of progress but the reality is that great problems remain. Racial discrimination is one of them.
If the U.S. finally opens its eyes, we too must open ours.
Yes, Sylvester Stallone, using his violent action films, succeeded in cementing in our minds — the minds of the viewers — the image of American freedom, democracy and justice being applied.
<b>Now Is the Time To Share Our Opinions with the Government</b>
An assembly among the heads of negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which consists of 12 countries, including Japan and America, was held in Beijing, China. Though Japan and America concentrated on the negotiations, they were unable to reach [Read more]
For its part, Beijing fears that the U.S. has not, in fact, accepted the inevitability of China’s rise. Instead, it is working to consolidate its hegemony in Asia, thwarting the expansion of China’s influence and working with other nations, in particular its allies, to contain China.
There is no question that the leaders of the next generation are younger and more diverse than ever before.