The U.S. State Department has not issued a formal statement to Congress acknowledging the military coup in Honduras. Millions in U.S. money continue to flow to the coup regime.
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BERLIN — Germany and France on Monday reinforced a call for Iran to respond to concerns about its nuclear program in September or face tougher s...
The only real chance for success in reaching out to Iran is to implement a carefully crafted strategy of engagement and containment. Call it a policy of "entainment," if you will.
The coup-controlled Honduran press is having a heyday with the Obama remarks. La Tribuna has a picture of Obama on the front page with the headline "Hypocrisy to Call for Intervention in Honduras"
-+ WASHINGTON — The Obama administration on Thursday imposed financial sanctions on a North Korean firm accused of involvement in the country's ...
By maintaining that the regime must be isolated and that Burma must be the target of stringent sanctions only helps the junta reverse further into mad "behind-the-wall" strategies.
Restricting travel to Cuba severely limits the positive impact Americans can have abroad through everyday activities and interactions.
While visiting Japan and Indonesia in February, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton admitted that 14 years of U.S. sanctions on Burma have made little impact on its ruling junta.
LinkedIn is making a political point against Syria - and when people in other countries start boycotting this site, they'll realize they've shot themselves in the foot.
Speaking to Congress Thursday, President Obama announced renewed U.S. sanctions on Iran, thus adhering to a precedent that began in 1995. According t...
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Bush said, "no regime should ignore the will of its own people and calls from the international community without consequences."
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The vetoed sanctions resolution against Zimbabwe at the Security Council has exposed international tensions that divide the West from Africa, Russia from the West and the US from South Africa.
Economic sanctions are coward's war. Their champions can find hardly a shred of evidence in their favour; they are the last refuge of stupidity in foreign policy.
If people are lamenting over gas prices approaching five dollars, I guarantee you that they will top off $10.00 at the pump and more than $200 a barrel within hours of an attack on Iran.
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