To his opponents, Obama’s greatest sins are his success and his self.
Obama presidency is now lame-duck. But that doesn’t mean US government will grind to a halt.
Obama’s strategic failures in dealing with the IS indicates how far US hegemony has been eroded.
PM Narendra Modi gifts Bhagavad Gita to US President Barack Obama on his maiden visit to US.
After delivering a power-packed speech at UNGA, PM Modi addresses a packed Madison Square.
Obama said that the US is building an international coalition to address the humanitarian crisis in northern Iraq.
The daughters essentially are trading places, and the vacation is boiling down to Obama getting about a week with each one.
Obama has tried to forge a peace deal between Israelis and the Palestinians in his second term without much success.
“Iraq has officially asked Washington to help… and to conduct air strikes against terrorist groups,” said Iraq’s foreign minister.
Taking a jibe at Putin’s receiving the Nobel prize, Obama said, “To be fair, they give those to just about anybody these days.”
Obama, during his visit, will also address the European frustrations, developing below the surface, with the US.
Handwringing over the nature of Obama’s outreach efforts misses the point.
US expands its sanctions on Russians in response to the annexation of Crimea.
West has consistently spoken out against Russia’s actions but has run into a wall of resistance from Moscow.
Sanctions could include bans on travel to the US and Europe, and a freeze on bank accounts and other assets.