U.S. Election: An International View

While President Barack Obama won the votes of millions of Americans, he has failed to warm the hearts of some key world figures
According to French newspaper Le Monde, Romney's loss in Florida should be a learning lesson for the Republican party. The
And in the UK, writer Nick Purves observed that the challenges which Obama is facing internationally are markedly different
Last month the White House said the option of bilateral talks with Iran, with whom Washington has not had diplomatic relations
2012-11-05-HP_World_Graphic_300x70.pngJoy erupted Wednesday morning in Paris at the Young Democrats Abroad party in fancy Palais Maillot, as the young voters celebrated President Barack Obama's successful re-election bid.
Everyone wants a piece of Barack Obama. But since that is rather unpractical, people are making do with cardboard cutouts
2012-11-05-HP_World_Graphic_300x70.pngIt's a second chance more than a second term. This means that President Obama will need to make tough and thorough choices. Going forward also means acknowledging that the country and the world are at the crossroads.
People around the world closely followed the 2012 U.S. presidential election results Tuesday night, waiting to see who would
2012-11-05-HP_World_Graphic_300x70.pngAre we about to witness a case of the chickens come home to roost, and President Obama will say and do what he considers to be detrimental for Netanyahu's own reelection bid?
From Berlin to Beijing, world leaders scrambled to congratulate Barack Obama on his decisive win in the 2012 race to the