Russian President Vladimir Putin has reshaped the Russian government in a streamlined, go-getting, fast reforming image to boost the nation's economy.
In this presidential election year, job outsourcing has become a political wedge issue for both Democrats and Republicans.
The devastating bomb attacks that ripped through four commuter trains and killed more than 200 people in Madrid on March 11 has led security analysts to focus on securing the world's railroad networks.
The Madrid bombings had been counting down for years.
One of the White House's primary goals in its efforts to enhance US national security must be a security-based agreement with Iran.
"Events, dear boy, events," British Statesman Harold Macmillan famously replied when asked what governments most fear.
In the currently ongoing 2nd Session of the 10th National People's Congress, Chinese lawmakers are discussing a constitutional amendment aimed at protecting private property.
Lebanon's beautiful Bekaa Valley is a hotbed of evil.
United States foreign policy should be all about democracy, in a way that it never has been.
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