The desire to resist President Trump has many people blaming our political predicament more on a foreign "enemy" than on powerful corporate forces at home. The desire to resist President Trump has many people blaming our political predicament more on a foreign "enemy" than on powerful corporate forces at home.
Minus a couple of invasions, the steps being considered or already in effect to deal with “the threat of ISIS” are a reasonable summary of the last 13 years of what was once called the Global War on Terror and now has no name at all.
In case you haven't heard, this whole Iran election crisis thing is about us. Is Barack Obama doing enough to aid our fellow Iranian freedom fighters? Are Westerners the cause of the protests? Watch this clip of last night's "Daily Show" to find out.
Remember when North Korea loomed menacingly as the next big nuclear threat on the world stage, with cognac-swilling Communist Kim Jong Il starring as the latest dictator du jour? What a difference a few years can make: The North Korean government has now demonstrated its willingness to halt the country's nuclear weapons program and has begun accepting food shipments from the U.S. and increased aid from the World Food Program.
The U.S. envoy to the six-party North Korea talks says all parties have reached tentative agreement on a deal, which would, according to previous reports, provide North Korea with energy assistance in exchange for an end to its nuclear program. A final text of the proposal has been distributed for review, and the delegates will meet again Tuesday to consider approving the agreement.
North Korea's nuclear envoy announced on Thursday that his government is prepared to discuss nuclear disarmament, provided the United States softens its approach: "We are going to make a judgment based on whether the United States will give up its hostile policy and come out toward peaceful coexistence."