Fidel and Raul Castro Meet With Members of US Congress

Walking away from a meeting with Cuban President Raul Castro on Monday, the leader of a seven-member Congressional delegation, Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA), is convinced that the Cuban President would be willing to reexamine the diplomatic relationship between the United States and Cuba. […]

North Korea Missile Launch Approaches

North Korea claims it is a peaceful, scientific endeavor, while the rest of the world, particularly the US, Japan and South Korea, doesn’t buy it. The United States has warned that the launch would trigger harsher sanctions against the communist country, although China would probably use its veto power in the United Nations Security Council to block any attempt to tighten restrictions. As the Japanese and United States deployed their anti-missile defense systems this week, the situation has become a royal mess.[…]

Hugo Chavez: Obama an “Ignoramus”

On Sunday, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez shared his thoughts on new US President Barack Obama’s policies and comments about the South American country’s government. It wasn’t pretty, although it fit appropriately with Chavez’s stance toward the US. The remarks are reminiscent of comments made in a January interview that compared President Obama to his predecessor.

Blood Extravasation: Israel’s Journey to the Precipice of Nowhere

By: Forest Browne Western civilization’s lone bastion in the Middle East has lost sight of its holistic long-term visage, and is behaving like a fracturalized cornered animal, lashing at all within its grasp. Israel fails to remember Chaim Weizmann’s precursor to entering Palestine, an inclusive benefice for both Palestinian and Israelite, while Hezbolla solidifies its […]

Network Against the Coup in Thailand and the Rural Poor Dilemma

By: Matt Crook I’ve been told I can no longer write about the coup for various magazines in Thailand. As frustrating as this is, I understand the position editors are in. I don’t want to talk excessively about the coup and the Constitution, but there are still some elements of it that I want to […]

Is Charles, the Prince of Wales, Fit to Be King?

By: Reed Oxman Charles Philip Arthur George Windsor was named at his birth on the 14th of November 1948. Charles, the eldest child and son of Queen Elizabeth II of England, Great Britain, Wales, and all Territories, is the current heir to the British throne. Born to Elizabeth and Prince Philip (Philip Mountbatten of the […]

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