Do Russia and America have a future together?

Since the end of the Cold War, Russia has been something of a mystery to the West. Two competing instincts, incorporating Russia into international institutions and “finishing the job” of  marginalizing Moscow, have never coexisted peacefully. As a result, Western relations with Moscow have steadily declined over the last fifteen years. Leaders in the West are now asking: what comes next? I was in Moscow … Continue reading Do Russia and America have a future together?

China Thinks It Can Defeat America in Battle…

…but Beijing doesn’t seem to take into account U.S. submarines.  The bad news first. The People’s Republic of China now believes it can successfully  prevent the United States from intervening in the event of a Chinese invasion of Taiwan or some other military assault by Beijing.  Now the good news. China is wrong—and for one major reason. It apparently disregards the decisive power of America’s … Continue reading China Thinks It Can Defeat America in Battle…

Could China beat the USA in a war?

This is why    Chinese are extremely patriotic. They have been empire in the past and a well founded civilization for more than 5000 years. Their people will fight to death to defend Mother China, their determination and resilience is cultural and not motivated by any salary or payment, opposite to the values in the USA. In the vent of a World war the US army … Continue reading Could China beat the USA in a war?

Does Nuclear Deal Hold Hope for Future U.S.-Iran Relations?

An agreement with the U.S. is unlikely to bring Iran to the table on other crucial issues like regional security and human rights. Secretary of State John Kerry may have brokered a nuclear agreement with Iran, but that’s where negotiations are likely to end. When Secretary of State John Kerry entered the Upper East Side apartment of Iran’s ambassador to the United Nations last month … Continue reading Does Nuclear Deal Hold Hope for Future U.S.-Iran Relations?

Aksident tragjik ne aksin Bilisht-Korce !

Ne oret e para te mengjesit te sotem esht konstatuar nje aksident ne aksin Bilisht – Korce. Ne kete aksident numerohen nje i vdekur dhe tre te plagosur njeri prej te cileve ne gjendje kritike per jeten. Drejtuesi i mjetit Audi A4 (AA399FG ) emri i te cilit ende nuk behet i ditur ka humbur kontrollin e mjetit per shkak te shpejtesise se larte dhe … Continue reading Aksident tragjik ne aksin Bilisht-Korce !

EBay Makes First Acquisition Since PayPal Split With Purchase Of Consignment Startup Twice

EBay EBAY -132.46% just made its first big deal since the company’s split withPayPal . An eBay spokesperson confirmed that the e-commerce giant has acquired the secondhand clothing startup, Twice. “With billions of dollars worth of unwanted and unused items in people’s possession, eBay is focused on unlocking the value of that inventory,” Jordan Sweetnam, Vice President of Seller Experience at eBay, said in an email. see more… Continue reading EBay Makes First Acquisition Since PayPal Split With Purchase Of Consignment Startup Twice

If America Went to War with China, What Would Washington’s Allies Do?

The ANZUS study released this week by SDSC in conjunction with CSIS (PDF) says a lot of interesting things about the U.S. alliance, but it seems to evade the hard issue at the heart of the strategic choices confronting both Australia and America today: what order do we wish to see in Asia in the Asian Century, and what role should America aim to play … Continue reading If America Went to War with China, What Would Washington’s Allies Do?

The Iran Deal Strengthens America’s Military Option

The Obama administration has sold the recently announced Iran deal as the best alternative to the military option. Although the accord does reduce the chances the United States or Israel will have to resort to the military option, it also increases their capability to carry out airstrikes against Iran’s nuclear program should they become necessary. The nuclear deal strengthens the military option in a number … Continue reading The Iran Deal Strengthens America’s Military Option

Marathon EU Negotiations Yield Agreement On Path Forward For Greece

After negotiating with euro zone leaders through the night, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was forced to agree Monday morning to what amounts to an act of contrition: As a precondition to open talks on a fresh round of aid for the nearly bankrupt country, the Greek Parliament will first have to pass a long list of economic reforms to reestablish trust with its creditors … Continue reading Marathon EU Negotiations Yield Agreement On Path Forward For Greece