The U.S. government is fighting an effort to allow Cuba to return to the Organization of American States after a 47-year suspension. But the resistance is putting it at odds with much of Latin America as the Obama administration is trying to improve
The U.S. is embarking on a $1 billion crash program to expand its diplomatic presence in Pakistan and neighboring Afghanistan, another sign that the Obama administration is making a costly, long-term commitment to war-torn South Asia
North Korea, facing international censure for this week's nuclear test, threatened on Wednesday to attack the South after it joined a U.S.-led plan to check vessels suspected of carrying equipment for weapons of mass destruction.
Rumsfeld was also the man who presided over a $200 million dollar contract to deliver equipment and services to build two light water reactor stations in North Korea in January 2000
South Korea’s cabinet is holding an emergency meeting this morning after it detected an “artificial earthquake” in North Korea, a sign that the nation may have conducted a test explosion of an atomic weapon.
Is it merely a coincidence that the United Arab Emirates is the biggest obstacle towards the creation of a Gulf currency when they are being given nuclear technology by the Obama Administration?
President Obama has established what he called a “clear timetable” for Iran to halt its nuclear program — progress must be made by the end of the year, he declared on Monday — both American and Israeli officials are beginning to talk about how to acc
The words that best described the nation’s original foreign policy and the policy that should be pursued now were spoken by Thomas Jefferson during his first Inaugural Address in 1801: “Peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations,Read Letter
In the Summit, the United States was attacked. It muted Obama into a deep disquieting silence. U.S. was not defended. Instead, Obama “acknowledged” U.S. debauchery in Central America that caused so much misery as “errors”.
The Obama administration has renewed sanctions against Syria due to "serious concerns" over its behavior, despite sending two top envoys to Damascus this week to try to improve ties, U.S. officials said.
Hillary Clinton, U.S. Secretary of State, is repeatedly expressing “regret” on behalf of the U.S. government when civilians die because of our military actions.
China, Russia and Iran were making gains in Latin America, she said, opening large embassies and creating close economic and political ties with leaders who had been hostile to Washington during the Bush administration.
An anonymous intelligence official with long experience in Pakistan told McClatchy News that "it's a disaster in the making on the scale of the Iranian revolution," and that "the implications of this are disastrous for the U.S.
the U.S. Navy should butt out of the international piracy field and leave ship-owners to their own devices in dealing with the piracy problem.
In a measured break with a half-century of U.S. policy toward communist Cuba, the Obama administration lifted restrictions on Cuban-Americans who want to travel and send money to their island homeland. [but not other Americans]
"We have to face the fact that if Pakistan collapses it will dwarf anything we have seen so far in whatever we're calling the war on terror now," said David Kilcullen, a consultant to the Obama White House.
Two American icons, General Electric and Berkshire Hathaway, lost their triple-A credit ratings. Then China, America's largest creditor, called for a new global currency to replace the dollar just weeks after it demanded Washington guarantee the
President Barack Obama plans to lift longstanding U.S. restrictions on Cuba, a senior administration official said, allowing Cuban-Americans to visit families there as often as they like and to send them unlimited funds.
US President Barack Obama demanded Friday that North Korea halt a "provocative" missile launch, as tensions flared on the possible eve of a test sure to spark a dangerous new foreign policy crisis.
The Transnational Progressivism policies of the Obama Administration. A good explanation of why America seems to be collapsing so quickly.
Hillary Clinton’s departure for the State Department was meant to end the era of Clinton drama, and to leave the turmoil of her campaign behind. But one former Clinton aide, now a senior adviser to Secretary Clinton, has brought the drama with him.
Madagascar is facing international isolation as the African Union has suspended its membership and threatened sanctions, while the US, France and Germany have rallied behind the deposed president. [who ordered mass murder]
Some of the biggest names in U.S. foreign policy of the past decades met with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Friday, in an effort to improve frosty relations that experts say could threaten many U.S. foreign policy goals.
[unless you pull missiles out of Poland] A Russian Air Force chief said the country could base some strategic bombers in Cuba or on an island offered by Venezuela, but a Kremlin official said the military had been speaking only hypothetically.
The Senate was expected to vote on a $410 billion spending bill that contains provisions that would make trade and travel to Cuba easier. But letters from Treasury Secretary Geithner has assured the lawmakers who helped block the bill last week that
The United States and Russia plan to have a new disarmament agreement by the end of the year, Hillary Clinton, the US secretary of state, has said.
Obama's new UN ambassador rolls out old lies about Iran's nuke program. "Change"
A friend of mine just returned from a vacation in Italy. Below is an excerpt from an email of his to me, giving his experience of running into Queen Pelosi over there.
The right-wing Swiss People's Party (SVP) called for retaliation against the United States over a U.S. tax probe into the country's biggest bank UBS that threatens prized banking secrecy. The populist SVP, the country's biggest party
Kyrgyzstan ordered US forces to depart within 6 months from an air base key to military operations in Afghanistan, complicating plans to send more troops to battle rising Taliban violence. The US would consider paying more rent to keep the base open