Letters to the Editor for Dec. 29, 2014 and Jan. 05, 2015 weekly magazine:Beckett: US should not tell people in another country on what strategies to adopt, what laws to make, and more over sensitive issues. Lesnjak: NATO/US actions provoke the Russians and President Vladimir Putin
For the first time, all nations agree to take some action on global warming. While the deeds may be minimal and voluntary, the collective nature of the Lima Accord can help alleviate fears and lead to a treaty in 2015.
This week's round-up of commentaries covers Hosni Mubarak being released from prison, cheap oil's impact on Canada's economy, British members of Parliament banned from Hong Kong, clean development in Singapore, and the struggling Russian ruble's impact on Turkey.
Letters to the Editor for Dec. 15, 2014 weekly magazine:Mientus: A better approach to learning business leadership would be to have a Girl Scout troop sell cookies together.Soule: The photographs were especially effective and moving.Miller: Technology manufacturers overlook the needs of older people.
After years in prison for his convictions, Liu Xiaobo sends a message that he has 'no personal enemies.' Like other famed dissidents in history, he may find strength in embracing his persecutors.
The Senate Intelligence Committee report on CIA interrogations of terrorism suspects should serve as a springboard for a global effort to enforce the rules of war.