Sunday, August 3, 2014
Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany has worked with discipline and determination to maintain democratic stability in her own country, and military stability on the continent of Europe. So far, she has proven to be remarkably successful. Given the history of Germany and Europe, this is a great accomplishment.
The European Union has spent months rebuking Russia for fueling the unrest in Ukraine. But so far, it had assiduously dodged the most painful punishment in its arsenal — economic sanctions, financially unpleasant for both of the major trading partners.
Around 300 B.C., a Chinese widow moved house three times in search of a better place to raise her son., 1 Comment
There is no vaccine on the world market to protect against the deadly Ebola virus, but experts say the fast-growing outbreak in West Africa is speeding efforts to test one.
The work of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has entered its second phase, and though the situation appears to be calm on the surface, the rippling undercurrents should not be underestimated.
Of the 26 who died as a result of yesterday's gas explosions in Kaohsiung, at least four were firefighters at the scene of the accident while others were either people traveling through the area or local residents.
Saturday, August 2, 2014
For Russian President Vladimir Putin, there are few options left in the Ukraine crisis and they all look bad.
An unprecedented investigation has been launched into alleged wrongdoing by a member of China's top leadership.
Sooner or later, Israel's vicious bombardment of Gaza will come to an end and both sides will claim victory.
Dear editor: I wish to clear up some misleading points in an article by Chi-hao James Lo (“Passengers on Ma's BRT ride may have been plants”) that appeared in The China Post on July 30, 2014.