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A poisoned chalice in Paris

A poisoned chalice in Paris

There are three answers to the question: what should we expect from the new French government led by the former minister of the interior Manuel Valls.
Martin Walker

Tunisia’s message of hope

Tunisian Prime Minister Jomaa visits Washington with a message of hope and high expectations from one of the more promising countries of the Arab Spring.
Oussama Romdhani
My fellow citizens

My fellow citizens

Obama gained notoriety with speeches in Berlin and Cairo in 2008. Since then, rhetoric and strategic thinking in foreign policy have been missing in action.
Harlan Ullman
Under someone else's gun

Under someone else's gun

Saturday President Obama had a phone call with Vladimir Putin. Sunday John Kerry turned his aircraft around and headed for Paris for talks with Sergei Lavrov.
Martin Walker, UPI Editor Emeritus
Pakistan's chameleon

Pakistan's chameleon

A major crisis is brewing in Pakistan, a nuclear power now governed by a wealthy politician who loathes America.
Arnaud de Borchgrave, UPI Editor at Large
Putin and Crimea: 1945, not 1938

Putin and Crimea: 1945, not 1938

Russia’s seizure of Crimea and what may follow are works in progress. With the hundredth anniversary of World War I looming, no one wishes to return to 1914.
Harlan Ullman, UPI Outside View contributor
Five things Janet Yellen and the Federal Reserve should do

Five things Janet Yellen and the Federal Reserve should do

Last week, Janet Yellen sent stocks diving by saying the Federal Reserve could begin raising interest rates as early as next spring.
Peter Morici, Outside View contributor
NATO's strategic ace: Vladimir Putin

NATO's strategic ace: Vladimir Putin

The most successful military alliance in history has lacked a real enemy since the Soviet Union disintegrated a quarter of a century ago.
Harlan Ullman, Outside View contributor

Sanctions and Putin

We are about to see whether the successful use of sanctions against Iran can be repeated, and whether they will have sufficient impact to make the Russia of Vladimir Putin draw back from the Ukraine crisis.
MARTIN WALKER, UPI Editor Emeritus
New hope for Iranian women

New hope for Iranian women

National Council of Resistance of Iran calls attention to Iranian women, who continue to be mistreated under "moderate" President Hassan Rouhani.
Edit Bauer, UPI Outside View Commentator

Putin as carnivore

The unfolding Ukraine crisis has become a classic example of the complex nature of power in the modern age.
MARTIN WALKER, UPI Editor Emeritus

Putin's gamble

Russian President Vladimir Putin may think he's won the current battle of Ukraine but he's likely to lose the war.
MARTIN WALKER, UPI Editor Emeritus

Corporate tax reform plan is step in right direction

After years of waiting, U.S. taxpayers, workers and businesses should be encouraged by House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp's proposal to overhaul the outdated U.S. corporate tax code.
DAVID WILLIAMS, UPI Outside View Commentator

Tax reform: Eliminate the income tax and IRS

Americans desperately want a fairer tax system and relief from arbitrary treatment by the Internal Revenue Service. True reform requires simply junking the personal and corporate incomes in favor of a consumption tax.
PETER MORICI, UPI Outside View Commentator
Don't reinvent the Russian bear and Chinese dragon

Don't reinvent the Russian bear and Chinese dragon

Last week's geopolitical guidance to politicians was "Don't lose wars." This week's advice is "Don't reinvent Russian bears and Chinese dragons."
HARLAN ULLMAN, UPI Outside View Commentator

Genocide in Fallujah

The unfolding tragedy in the Iraqi city of Fallujah seems to have slipped off the international radar screen as the focus of the global community drifts from Syria to Ukraine and back again.
STRUAN STEVENSON, UPI Outside View Commentator

Mocking Obama's Iran policy

In an Iranian mosque with hundreds of worshipers present and thousands more watching on television, he denigrated the United States and urged his listeners to chant "Death to America."
JAMES ZUMWALT, UPI Outside View Commentator
Can the new Ukraine succeed?

Can the new Ukraine succeed?

After the euphoria of a successful popular revolution, Ukraine's problems begin now. And they will be compounded by the competing tug of four great powers.
MARTIN WALKER, UPI Editor Emeritus

Obama to propose wholly political budget

U.S. President Barack Obama is putting the finishing touches on his budget message to Congress. Media reports indicate the document would be criminal if it wasn't so comical!
PETER MORICI, UPI Outside View Commentator
Raising minimum wage to $8.25 is best option

Raising minimum wage to $8.25 is best option

The recent Congressional Budget Office Report confirms raising the minimum wage in line with inflation to $8.25 is the best course.
PETER MORICI, UPI Outside View Commentator

Geopolitics 101 -- Don't lose wars!

Prior to entering national office, politicians of all stripes and especially U.S. presidents-elect and members of Congress should take a short course in Geopolitics 101.
HARLAN ULLMAN, UPI Outside View Commentator
Commentary: Pakistan showdown

Commentary: Pakistan showdown

Far more dangerous than the Syrian civil war to the West is the upheaval in nuclear-armed Pakistan and its effect on the Afghan war.
ARNAUD DE BORCHGRAVE, UPI Editor at Large

Unions must change to survive

The United Auto Workers' recent failure to organize workers at the Chattanooga, Tenn., Volkswagen plant shows just how much unions need to change to stay relevant.
PETER MORICI, UPI Outside View Commentator

Presidents' Day -- Remembering two presidents

Presidents' Day is set aside to recognize the February birthdays of two of our greatest presidents, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. As we honor them this year, it might be interesting to reflect upon the influence one book -- with its very unique perspective -- had upon the latter, written eight years after his birth.
JAMES ZUMWALT, UPI Outside View Commentator

Is this a recovery yet?

Despite the temporary disruptions of an unusually harsh winter, the world's two biggest economic blocks are helping rather than hindering the global economy.
MARTIN WALKER, UPI Editor Emeritus
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