The United States would be wise to learn from the vengeful attacks on Aetolia carried out in 218 B.C. by Philip V of Macedon.
Hundreds of Nigerians have been killed over the past two weeks in the Islamist Boko Haram's continuing efforts to rid the country of the Christian faith.
At a fundraiser to build a memorial in Ottawa honoring victims of communism, conservatively estimated at around 100 million dead in the last century, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper lashed out at what he called the “evil” and “poisonous ideology” that brought about “hell on earth.”
Speaking at a joint press conference with British Prime Minister David Cameron at the G7 summit in Brussels on June 5, President Obama said the United States has “a deep interest in making sure that one of the closest allies that we will ever have remains strong, robust, united, and an effective partner.” (Emphasis added.)
President Obama's National Security Advisor Susan Rice may have reopened an administration credibility gap with her statement about Bowe Bergdahl's "battlefield" capture by the Taliban.
As the new Ukrainian government endeavors to end Russian-sponsored terrorism, a new wave of anti-Ukrainian propaganda is flooding the Internet.
Exactly 25 years ago today, the ruthless Communist Party regime ruling over mainland China massacred thousands of innocent civilians in Beijing’s now-infamous Tiananmen Square.
COPENHAGEN — Over the weekend at the Bilderberg summit in the Danish capital, dozens of the world’s most important Big Business and mega-bank CEOs were meeting behind closed doors (and massive amounts of taxpayer-funded security) with a collection of powerful Big Government leaders.
Before there was the European Union there was the Soviet Union, located to the east of the present day EU. Now over 20 years since the “end of the Cold War” and the purported collapse of communism and the Soviet Union, the USSR of old seeks to come back in the form a “Eurasian Economic Union.”
Speaking in Warsaw, Poland, on June 3, President Obama proposed the creation of a European Reassurance Initiative, a $1-billion fund that would be used to increase a U.S.-led military presence in Central and Eastern Europe.