President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday angrily rejected what he described as attempts to enforce foreign patterns of democracy on Russia and vowed to preserve the nation's identity against interference from abroad.
Many people are misled by formalities. They assume, for example, that the United States went to war against Germany and Japan only after its declarations of war against these nations in December 1941.
It’s only December, but it looks like the Pentagon has all planned out how they’ll spend a good part of 2013. US officials now claim that the Defense Department is busy preparing a military operation in the nation of Mali.
Chinese and American soldiers finished a week-long disaster rescue exercise on Friday, furthering military ties between the two countries even as military tensions rise between China and U.S. military allies in the Pacific region.
Susan Rice, the ambassador to the United Nations, met separately on Wednesday with Senators Susan Collins and Bob Corker on Capitol Hill to discuss the attack on the American mission in Benghazi, Libya.
Stephen Lendman (journalist, author) on world news and foreign policy - Freedom's Phoenix Headline News
Unprecedented Latin American opposition to U.S. sanctions on communist Cuba left President Barack Obama isolated at the Summit of the Americas on Sunday and illustrated Washington's waning influence in the region.
It’s not enough for Yemen’s skies to fill up with armed U.S. drones
As of late Friday the ceasefire in Gaza seems to be holding, if tentatively. While we should be pleased that this round of fighting appears temporarily on hold, we must realize that without changes in US foreign policy it is only a matter of time.
As of late Friday the ceasefire in Gaza seems to be holding, if tentatively. While we should be pleased that this round of fighting appears temporarily on hold, we must realize that without changes in U.S. foreign policy it is only a matter of time.
Africa is covered in epithets, like graffiti. It has been labeled dark, lost, hopeless.
When Hamas, a quasi-state claiming to represent the Palestinians, launches rockets that predictably kill or maim everyday Israelis, destroy property, and cause fear among civilians, it is committing terrorism.
The United States government and its subject peoples think of the US as "the world's only superpower."
An Iraqi diplomat has called upon other Arab oil producers to “use oil as a weapon” against the United States. Fox News reports this as if it should come as a surprise.
"Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs Esther Brimmer will travel to Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 19 where she will be hosted by Congressman Keith Ellison (D-MN) and participate in a series of discussions with
A short interview broadcast by CNN late last week featuring two participants – a Palestinian in Gaza and an Israeli within range of the rocket attacks – did not follow the usual script.
Hola, Doug. Congrats on calling the election correctly. You got your wish: the global economy should exit the eye of the storm on Obama's watch. Hopefully, leftist ideas will get the blame they deserve this time.
"Political language is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable." -Orwell
Malian troops backed by foreign air power will lead the assault to recapture Timbuktu and other northern cities from al Qaeda-linked militants, under a battle plan now being considered, Malian army sources said.
Dennis Kucinich will host a briefing Friday November 16, 2012 to discuss targeted killing, the implication of drone policy at home and abroad and the 4th Amendment.
The current US policy enunciates that every male of weapon carrying age in Fata/NWA could possibly be a terrorist and thus can be a legitimate target.
For decades, Switzerland was the place where money went to hide. Cash sent to its mountain aeries was protected by some of the strictest secrecy laws in the world. But with the euro crisis forcing Switzerland’s revenue-starved neighbors to search
The Gulfport man was watching flag-draped coffins returning to the U.S. on the news when they flashed photos of the victims. And there among them was his son.
A map of every reported drone strike in Pakistan.
World View: The enhanced use of unmanned attack planes is at the heart of American foreign policy
Bill Buppert (Publisher of ZeroGov.Com) talks about his new book: 'ZeroGov: Limited Government, Unicorns and Other Mythological Creatures' which is dedicated to spreading the message of the purest manifestation of freedom – the stateless society
Most everybody is commenting on how last night’s foreign policy “debate” wasn’t really a debate at all, given the extent to which Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have the same views on foreign policy.
As for Obama, none of his foreign-policy accomplishments rise to the level of triumph; moreover, his accomplishments are few and often unlikely to be lasting. Obama did help overthrow Gaddafi from Libya, he did pull out troops from Iraq and is on tra
Plans to create a European ID card were dropped in early 2000 due to technical, administrative and political obstacles. Instead, the experimental project STORK (Secure Identity Across Borders Linked) was introduced in May 2008.
While Hillary Clinton jumps on a live hand grenade for the Benghazi attack, the White House has leaked to the AP its latest spin on the situation in Libya.