Call it the Goldilocks military plan: Not too much, not too little, not too unilateral, not too American.
When the authorities at the Rafah border terminal closed down their offices on Saturday, they were wrapping up the first day of a new era in Egyptian foreign policy.
It should come as no surprise that Iran wants to shunt France out of a deal to enrich its nuclear fuel abroad. Dividing its enemies and isolating the more hawkish among them has been a hallmark of Tehran’s diplomacy, and French President Nicolas Sarkozy routinely plays the tough cop with Iran, threatening and goading its leaders and urging U.S.
New Delhi will adopt “quiet diplomacy” to find a solution to the problem of Indian-administered Kashmir, India’s home minister said.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton stressed Tuesday that Washington and Moscow are working together to ensure Iran’s nuclear program is strictly for peaceful purposes, but Russia has stopped short of committing to Iranian sanctions
If you thought Barack Obama was the hottest world leader out there, think again. Because the King of Bhutan is sooo dreamy
The Nobel Peace Prize is one of the most powerful platforms in the world. Winners get immediate global attention and the chance to meet and influence leaders and governments everywhere.
Nelson Mandela Foundation “We trust that this award will strengthen his commitment, as the leader of the most powerful nation in the world, to continue promoting peace and the eradication of poverty.” Kofi Annan “It was an unexpected but inspired choice.
No sooner had the Nobel Peace Prize been awarded to Barack Obama than countless observers around the globe were shaking their head in puzzlement or dismay. Sure, there was the Committee’s official line, praising Obama’s “extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples.” But that really didn’t shed much light on why the Oslo-based committee had bestowed the prestigious honor on a President who has been in office for less than a year
President Obama won the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday, a stunning decision that comes just eight months into his presidency. NEW YORK (CNN) — President Obama won the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday, a stunning decision that comes just eight months into his presidency.