"They’ve become crazy," he claimed during a Fox News appearance.
Authorities in Louisiana have arrested roughly a dozen people under a new law that gives added protection to pipeline companies.
Heather Gorawski says she never lied about her nationality when she visited Nicaragua recently. But she didn't go out of
As the election season moves forward like a freight train filled with sound and fury, immigration reform takes a front seat
Europeans need to be careful with comments and the desire to see their mirror image reflected in the future president. It could backfire, even hurt the candidate of their dreams.
While Russophobia in Georgia has been on a rapid rise in the aftermath of the five-day war, speculation about the growing anti-Russian sentiment inside U.S. academic circles may be inaccurate.
The hypernationalist group the Turkey Youth Union (TGB) claimed responsibility for the attack, posting photos of the incident
While some Republicans are wont to decry anti-Guantanamo liberals as "anti-American," the only anti-American thing in this debate is Guantanamo itself. For it goes against everything our nation professes to respect and love.
I thought I had planned well. I knew the pyramids could be a dicey proposition, but I also told myself we couldn't live in Cairo for two years and never see the pyramids.
There is no way to reconcile these two immediate faces of America to millions of people across the world; the military and the Peace Corps will always serve their own distinctly different purposes and for many reasons it is better that it remain this way.
U.S. Crippling Sanctions Against Iran, Part II: A National Anti-Sanction Movement by the Civil Society
The U.S. must pay attention to two bitter consequences of its sanctions: the collective punishment of the Iranian people and the destruction of their lives; and the rise of anti-Americanism among the Iranian people, and even those who oppose the Islamic Republic.
Throughout most of the Bush administration, opinion pollsters relentlessly tracked America's plummeting approval ratings across the planet.
Watch Sabry explain his reasons, as well as the four main political groups in Egypt (and their respective reasons for disliking
It’s probably not too surprising that Bolivia, Venezuela and Argentina viewed the United States less favorably. All three
To figure out which countries dislike the U.S., one quick way is to simply look at which ones are getting the largest dollops
"Why do they hate us?” This question1, on so many U.S. citizens’ minds over the decade following the September 11, 2001, attacks
Will America's reputation and influence abroad improve under Barack Obama's second term? Two foreign-policy thinkers debate the question.
Last week, the Pew Research Center released its annual survey of European attitudes to America. While anti-Americanism has
Already under criticism by Republicans, President Obama will have to explain his policies in Libya, Egypt, Tunisia, and Syria. He will also have to explain the lack of protection for U.S. consulate personnel in Benghazi.