Thursday, May 2, 2013
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is moving cautiously and smartly toward fresh Middle East peace talks, but deep distrust between all sides means success is far from guaranteed, analysts say.
Italy's new coalition government has been cheered by many at home and cautiously welcomed abroad, but faces challenges to its survival, from managing rivalry between the newly united right and left to funding growth-boosting measures.
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
“The Buck Stops here,” said the famous sign on Harry S. Truman's desk, encapsulating the lonely dilemmas power presents to U.S. presidents, one of which now confronts Barack Obama over Syria.
Arnulfo Babiera applied for a U.S. green card a decade ago, in the hopes of reuniting with his sister, a naturalized citizen. But at the current rate, his wait could extend until 2027.
If there are two words that tense the jaws of European policymakers and prompt a concerned sucking of teeth, they are treaty change.
The victory in Iceland's election of parties who would spurn the European Union may keep the country isolated by cementing damaging currency controls in place.
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
The United States intelligence community is still rushing to piece together the evidence related to the planning and execution of the Boston Marathon bombings. But a parallel and equally energetic investigation is sorely needed into the spectacular role online social media played during that crisis.
It was past 4 p.m. when Najib Razak arrived at SJKC Chung Hua 2 in Kuching for his fourth program of the day.
Israel risks a loss of credibility over both its “red line” for Iran's nuclear program and its threat of military action, and its room for unilateral maneuver is shrinking., 1 Comment
We always have a great time in Taiwan.