When world leaders gather in Paris in December to negotiate a global agreement on climate change, they will have a powerful ally standing behind them and urging them onward: mayors.
Syria's Ambassador to Russia Riad Haddad said in a recent interview that recent Russian strikes in Syria have taken out at least 40% ISIS infrastructure in one week.
By now, all of you will have read about the U.S. military's recent bombing of a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan. What you may not be aware of, is how much the official story has changed in the days since this inexcusable act
Here are some articles on the end times scenario as it relates to Russia, Syria, Gog and Magog, Armageddon, etc....
Germany's central bank has listed all of its gold.
Maurice Obstfeld hasn't been chief economist at the International Monetary Fund for a full month yet and he's already being asked if a worldwide recession is looming.
The Russians have unleashed their own version of "shock and awe" in Syria, and the brutal efficiency of their airstrikes against ISIS targets has stunned many observers around the globe.
BRINGING INTERNET.ORG'S MISSION TO FRUITION
A trans-Atlantic pact that potentially allows U.S. spies to get their hands on European citizens' private data was declared invalid by the EU's highest court, in a ruling that threatens to plunge Internet companies into a legal limbo.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is the biggest trade agreement in history, reducing tariffs and other forms of protectionism in a dozen countries making up about 40 percent of the global economy with economic output of almost $30 trillion.
President Obama hailed the historic 12-nation Pacific Rim trade deal completed here Monday as an accord that "reflects America's values," but within hours the administration had turned from the negotiating table to selling the agreement on Capi
Russia Claims ISIS Now On The Ropes As Fighters Desert After 60 Airstrikes In 72 Hours
Kurds Repel ISIS; Turkey Attacks Kurds; Kurds Welcomes Russia; Russians Bombers Slam ISIS…..
The Largest US Foreign Policy Blunder Since Vietnam Is Complete: Iran Readies Massive Syrian Ground Invasion
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"Do you realize now what you have done?"
The death toll from the Saudi strike on a wedding in Yemen has now risen to 130.
Now that Russia has officially begun conducting airstrikes on anti-regime forces operating in Syria, commentators, pundits, and analysts around the world will be keen to compare and contrast the results of Moscow's efforts with the year-old US-led
KINGSTON, NY, 30 September 2015--The Summer of 2015 is one for the financial record books. Since the Shanghai Index began melting down in mid-June, equity markets have been battered, commodity prices plunged and currencies of resource-rich nations a
Anatoly Anisimov is still wistful about the cow barn he'd planned to build. With the latest Swedish milking machines, it would have cut his costs and boosted by 40 percent the size of the herd at the state-owned farm that he runs outside Moscow.
This is the 30th anniversary of my first attack on the World Bank in the national media. Reposted below are some of my attacks on the Bank from the Wall Street Journal and New York Times.
Russian lawmakers voted unanimously Wednesday to let President Vladimir Putin send Russian troops to Syria.
Did a Rogue NSA Operation Cause the Death of a Greek Telecom Employee?
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has once again shrugged off Catalan independence plans after separatist parties won regional elections.
The baton was officially transferred Monday to the world's new sole superpower -- and Vladimir Putin willingly picked it up.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's criticism of US strategy in Syria indicates that Moscow does not tolerate US plans to oust President Bashar al-Assad, says an American analyst.
Opposing influx of "refugees" puts people at risk of being fired
Another sad chapter from a desperate imperial empire lays naked for the entire world to see. The pretense that an international community of nations has arbitrary authority to remove any government that conflicts with the master plan of total global
President Obama's plan to "internationalize" the Internet may be unconstitutional, key members of Congress are claiming.
Pope Francis's four-day visit to the United States was by any measure a personal and political triumph. The crowds were immense, and coverage of the Holy Father on television and in the print press swamped the state visit of Xi Jinping, the lead