obama berlin

Shane Harris joins Mike to discuss the stunning secrecy of the FISA court.
There, fugitives faced alarm-wired fences, steel spikes, wreaths of barbed wire, dog patrols, a deep ditch and finally a
BERLIN, June 19 (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama said on Wednesday the United States understood it had to do more
"He is still popular but not like he was," said Henning Riecke, who heads the transatlantic relations programme at the German
US President Barack Obama has shelved his plans to attend festivities marking the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin
In his book, Snark David Denby describes Maureen Dowd as "essentially sour and without hope," but my evidence, I believe, proves him wrong.
If America is indeed on the path to being cool again we might see a wave of this sort of voluntary repatriation.
The internet has made it a great deal easier for the 6 million U.S. expats to vote. It seems clear that more young people living overseas will vote than ever before and that there are more Democrats than Republicans casting overseas ballots.
As I recounted in my initial thoughts about the Obama Berlin speech, I recalled that Gandhi said we have to value our words as much as our actions. Obama understands that, and our history has shown it to be true.
The speech is a brisk, affecting affair. There are big cheers when Obama talks about nuclear disarmament and dealing with climate change, but the crowd's response to "defeating terror" is noticeably muted.
For anyone who hasn't surfed over yet, PrezVid has a great three-part line up of videos, a series of what what you could
During my recent travels to the Middle East, I found that although Obama fairs much better than his rival, early enthusiasm for his candidacy has been replaced by skepticism.
The equivalent of the dramatic Kennedy or Reagan speeches would have had to take place elsewhere. Sprinkling a speech on freedom with Farsi or Pashto in Afghanistan would have sent a message.
However, as The New York Observer points out, Obama's trip has been a boon for him in the polls. The UK Times noted that
Obama's speech had high points and deserves applause -- but it's ultimately forgettable because he failed to deliver the most important lines where they most mattered.
Tonight, NBC airs a Brian Williams interview of Barack Obama. Asked about being the "riskier choice," Obama gives an interesting
Berlin, Germany That is why America cannot turn inward. That is why Europe cannot turn inward. America has no better partner
HuffPost will be streaming the speech live at 1pm EST. Click on the embed below and then find the channel with Obama's speech
The sentiments expressed by Germans, who worship Obama as much as they loathe George W. Bush, might not be ones that the administration is eager to hear.
Earlier today I wrote a post about all the "Ich Bin Ein" headlines that were springing up around Barack Obama's visit to