Have you always wanted to give the US president a piece of your mind? Now is your chance.
GlobalPost is collecting words of advice on what the next president — either a re-elected Barack Obama or a triumphant Mitt Romney— should do during his term in office.
SLOVYANSK, Ukraine — Even before Ukrainian troops rolled into this crumbling, economically depressed city on Wednesday and promptly defected to the pro-Russian rebels who had seized it last weekend, as reported, it already seemed a lost cause.
Cuba's making good on a promise by President Raul Castro to update a 1995 law that produced more failed investments than successes and that never managed to draw more than a few hundred million dollars a year to the cash-starved island’s economy.
Lurking behind the debate over what to do about Russia’s land grab in Crimea are 3,750 good reasons to speak softly. Yes, strategic nuclear weapons — 1,800 of them in the Russian arsenal, about 1,950 belonging to the United States, according to the Federation of American Scientists — along with the ballistic missiles, nuclear submarines and intercontinental strategic bombers that carry them, suddenly are demanding renewed attention.