Monday, May 11, 2015
David Cameron barely had time to toast his stunning election victory before attention turned to Britain's future in Europe and the onerous task of quelling rebellious euroskeptics within party ranks.
Once upon a time, motherhood was the epitome of womanhood.
The British people's hopes for economic stability can be said to have brought the Conservative Party out of turmoil to remain in power.
Sunday, May 10, 2015
When I was a child, there were two holidays that I dreaded. I dreaded them so much that I wanted to rip them off the pages of calendars. If I could have thrown those holidays out the window and out of my life, believe me, I'd have done it. It was of course impossible., 2 Comments
The general election in Britain has confirmed that the nation's politics are in great flux. The governing Conservative Party, led by Prime Minister David Cameron, has made unpredicted crucial gains.
It was not the first time that news about child sex rackets had surfaced in the Pakistan media, but when I read about child prostitution in Jinnah Garden, Peshawar, it was dismaying beyond words.
From across the pond, U.S. President Barack Obama has warmly welcomed David Cameron's election victory, but with Britain's role in Europe and the world in doubt so too is its "special relationship" with the United States.
Saturday, May 9, 2015
During three decades of favorable global economic conditions, China created an integrated global production system unprecedented in scale and complexity. But now its policymakers must deal with the triple challenges of the unfolding European debt crisis, slow recovery in the United States and a secular growth slowdown in China's economy.
Benjamin Netanyahu has managed to cobble together a government dominated by nationalist and religious allies, setting the stage for conflict with the Palestinians and much of the world and leaving Israel angrily divided.
U.S. President Barack Obama will visit the headquarters of sports apparel giant Nike in the western state of Oregon Friday to make his trade policy pitch as he struggles to win over Democrats for what could be the last major legislative push of his presidency. But in choosing the giant sneaker and athletic wear company as his backdrop, Obama has stirred a hornets' nest.