China said on Friday one of its diplomats and his family were arrested, "harassed and assaulted" in Houston (on consular grounds by Houston police) and lodged a complaint with the U.S. State Department.
Take a long look at the boys shackled in the prisons, the orphans in the streets, the blank resignation of the victims of rape – they will no doubt be history’s next mujahedin, and they will be coming for the devil’s consorts.
This is not how color revolutions are supposed to turn out. In Ukraine, the "Orange" revolution of 2004 has had a slow painful death. In Georgia, the "Rose" revolution of 2003 seems to be in the throes of what increasingly appears
The Obama administration should be seriously considering a strike on Iran, according to neoconservative Fox News contributor Bill Kristol.
The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday that Karzai had told lawmakers that the United States was interfering with Afghan affairs and that the Taliban would become a legitimate resistance movement if it did not stop. (Election Fraud big issue)
The US and Russia have reached a deal on their most extensive nuclear arms-control agreement in nearly two decades. The pact appeared to represent President Obama's first victory in his ambitious agenda to move toward a nuclear-free world.
Stating that a nuclear-armed Iran would touch off an arms race in the Middle East and embolden Iran’s “terrorist clientele” to take new actions, Clinton said, “This … is unacceptable to the United States. It is unacceptable to Israel...
According to news reports, the U.S. military is shipping "bunker-buster" bombs to the U.S. Air Force base at Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean. The Herald Scotland reports that experts say the bombs are being assembled for an attack on Iran’s nuclear
The federal government has awarded more than $107 billion in contract payments, grants and other benefits over the past decade to foreign and multinational American companies while they were doing business in Iran, despite Washington’s efforts to dis
A moat 30 metres (100ft) wide and rolling parkland will separate the building from the main road, protecting it from would-be bombers and removing the need for the blast barriers that so dismayed the people of Mayfair.
Barre and the men are accused by the UN of committing horrific war crimes throughout the '70s thru the '90s that Somalia is still reeling from. Shockingly, along with refugees and victims of war crimes, some war criminals emigrated to the US, escapin
Western powers, led by the administration of President Barack Obama, are seeking new U.N. sanctions against Iran over its expanding nuclear program, but China has remained cool to the idea of tougher steps against the big oil supplier.
Washington will hold preliminary talks with the Bulgarian government on hosting parts of a U.S. missile shield, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borisov said. Asked whether Bulgaria -- a NATO and European Union member -- would accept the U.S. plan, Bor
They were Tokyo’s worst-kept diplomatic secrets: clandestine cold war era agreements with Washington that obligated Japan to shoulder the costs of United States bases and allow nuclear-armed American ships to sail into Japanese ports.
The DPJ instantly started a clash with the US over deals made by the previous government on US military bases. The US, unused to being questioned on its policy in Japan, has flat out refused to negotiate going forward.
Inquiring minds are noting increasing resentment against US militarism in places some might least expect. Please consider Thousands protest in Tokyo against U.S. military presence in Japan.
Yemeni troops in the past six weeks have killed scores of people -- among them six of 15 top leaders of a regional Al Qaeda affiliate -- according to senior administration officials.
WMR’s intelligence sources have reported that the Obama administration has authorized an economic war against Venezuela in order to destabilize the government of President Hugo Chavez. After a successful coup against Chavez ally, President Manuel
The two following films shed essential light on the real problems with some of the intelligence processes. They will help anyone understand surveillance, national security, secrecy and the way our Congress has become drafted or seduced into an "in" c
North Korea called for an end of hostile relations with the United States in a New Year's message Friday and said it was committed to making the Korean peninsula nuclear-free through negotiations. Communist North Korea has long demanded that Washi
When the US took over a Japanese airfield here in the closing days of World War II, it was surrounded by sugarcane fields. Now it is the focus of a deepening dispute that is testing Japan’s security alliance with the US and dividing its new governmen
Colombia's defense chief joked Monday that Venezuelan troops might have mistaken Santa's sleigh for a spy plane, dismissing accusations by President Hugo Chavez about drones flying over Venezuela. Chavez on Sunday accused the United States of viol
The House overwhelmingly approved a measure to put a new round of sanctions on Iran. How would Congress react if another government threatened our critical trading partners in this way? Would we not view it as asking for war?
Houthi fighters say Saudi warplanes have fired some 1,011 missiles on the borderline with Yemen where the Shia population is already under heavy state-led and US-aided bombardment.
There was just one major difference between the South Korean and Iranian cases: Iran never enriched uranium at a level that could only represent an interest in nuclear weapons, but South Korea did. Yet the IAEA treated Iran as a state to be invest
THE political crisis in Pakistan has deepened after the Government's anti-corruption agency sought a warrant for the arrest of the country's Interior Minister.
China said on Thursday a U.S. pledge to mobilize $100 billion a year in climate funds was a "good step," and signaled Beijing was seeking compromise with Washington on its demand for checks on Chinese emissions curbs.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warned Latin American countries not to get too close to Iran, calling it "a really bad idea" that could have consequences. "We can only say that is a really bad idea for the countries involved," Clinton told a