BISHKEK (Reuters) – Kyrgyzstan's Foreign Ministry said on Friday it had sent the United States ambassador a formal notice demanding Washington close its military air base in the country and giving U.S. troops 180 days to pack up and leave.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton left for Asia on Sunday for her maiden mission as the chief US diplomat after pledging to strengthen US ties with the region. High among her priorities are finding ways to tackle the global economic crisis and cl
Four minute Congressional video. This is one of the best Ron Paul speeches I have seen in awhile.
The Obama administration may have come out of the blocks with quick action on the Middle East, but Hillary Rodham Clinton's maiden trip as secretary of State to China and three other East Asian countries underscores the importance the new adminis
It is yet another glaring example there is no difference between Bush, Obama, or anybody else anointed by the global elite to serve as presidential window dressing former Reichsminister of State and Rockefeller minion Henry Kissinger was dispatched b
Kissinger, never one to let a crisis go to waste, has been busy on an important new-world-order project in Russia with Vladimir Putin. Although it has gone virtually unreported in the U.S. media, Kissinger has been featured prominently in the Russia
The U.S. will give an estimated $26 billion in foreign aid in 2008—70% more than when President George W. Bush took office (the figure doesn’t include funds related to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan). More than 150 countries get financial assistanc
Other nations around the world find our interference in their affairs condescending, and it is very dangerous for us. We may think we have much to gain by inserting ourselves in these complex situations, but we suffer from many consequences.
"Nobody was trusting of the North Koreans. I mean, who trusts the North Koreans? You'd have to be an idiot to trust the North Koreans," she said in the appearance at the Council of Foreign Relations think tank, prompting laughter. **QQ*
There are now more slaves on the planet than at any time in human history. True abolition will elude us until we admit the massive scope of the problem, attack it in all its forms, and empower slaves to help free themselves.
Cuban President Raul Castro proposed on Thursday a swap of prisoners with the United States as a goodwill "gesture" to pave the way for talks with incoming U.S. President Barack Obama.
HAVANA: A Russian anti-submarine destroyer and two logistical warships docked in Cuba on Friday, a thumb-your-nose port call aimed at Washington in waters just 90 miles (145 kilometers) from Florida.
US President George W. Bush's administration plans to sign a nuclear cooperation deal with the United Arab Emirates, the first such agreement with a Middle East country, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.
A final push by President Bush to complete an agreement to dismantle North Korea’s nuclear weapons program collapsed Thursday, leaving the confrontation with one of the world’s most isolated and intractable nations to the administration of President-
If you are currently living in Kabul, you are residing in a city with a "permanent Taliban presence" according to a new report by The International Council on Security and Development (ICOS).
A Russian warship will sail through the Panama Canal this week for the first time since World War II, the navy announced Wednesday, pushing ahead with a symbolic projection of Moscow's power in a traditional U.S. zone of influence.
Among his constitutional options if the coalition brings the government down on a non-confidence vote when it resumes next week is asking the governor general to dissolve Parliament and call another election. Harper could also suspend Parliament unti
A Black Friday shocker: We court danger when we turn red to black by striking a bargain with the devil!
If the agreement is rejected by voters, Iraq's government would have to either re-negotiate it with the Americans or drop it altogether. Putting the agreement to a vote was one of several concessions to mostly Sunni lawmakers in exchange for thei
"A reasonable price for oil is 80 dollars a barrel," said Shahristani on arrival in Cairo to attend a consultative meeting by the OPEC cartel to study slumping crude prices. (Really? Pre or post Hyper-inflation dollars. Such BS)
On June 6, 2008, Ron Paul gave the following speech at the Future of Freedom Foundation’s conference Restoring the Republic 2008: Foreign Policy and Civil Liberties. The speech can viewed below in its entirety.
You don't hear about the protests of over a million people in our mainstream news against the proposed Status of Forces Agreement in Iraq. These photos never quite make it to the front page (or any other) of our "free press."
An Indian navy frigate battled with and sank a vessel described as a pirate mother ship in the Gulf of Aden, one of the world's busiest and most lawless shipping lanes, the navy said Wednesday.
The trip came as China expands its diplomacy and investment on the whole continent, with an eye on natural resources and developing markets for manufactured goods and even weapons.
BAGHDAD — The Iraqi cabinet voted overwhelmingly Sunday to approve the security agreement that sets the conditions for the Americans' continued presence in Iraq from Jan. 1 until the end of 2011.
“Hang him?” asked Sarkozy. “Why not,” Putin replied. “The Americans hanged Saddam Hussein.” “But do you want to end up like Bush?” asked Sarkozy. “Ah, there you have a point,” resigned Putin.
In a highly unusual move, the United States has suspended the security clearance of its ambassador to Israel. The State Department said that Martin Indyk is being investigated for alleged security violations.
Barack Obama has told Polish President Lech Kaczynski he will go ahead with plans to build a missile defence shield in eastern Europe despite threats from Russia, Warsaw said on Saturday.
By the time Obama is through making his appointments, all those Hollywood liberals over at the HuffPuffPost will be huffing and puffing with outrage: and, in true Hollywood style, they'll be screaming: "Forget the honeymoon – I want a divorc
Russia will deploy short-range missiles near Poland to counter U.S. military plans in Eastern Europe, President Dmitry Medvedev warned Wednesday, setting a combative tone that clashed with global goodwill over Barack Obama's election. In his firs