Will Putin Please Stand Up?
Kanye reportedly earned $3 million for performing for the wedding show
Sierra Club hails country’s environmental policies
Also pictured with suspects in Times Square photo
‘It’s a pity to see all that work com to nothing but he cheated, and that’s not allowed’
Diplomat says the Sacha Baron Cohen comedy boosted tourism
The US is indeed in danger of losing the “energy race” to China, but not for the reason the administration thinks.
Russia’s Siberian tigers are remarkably similar to Caspian tigers that went extinct in the 1950′s in Central Asia
How Kazakhstan, a former Soviet republic, saved the West.
A Kazakh expat in America still looks over his shoulder before saying, “Putin is f—–g monster”
The US should sign the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty.
Support for making Petraeus the first general in six decades to hold the distinction of a fifth star has been picking up in the blogosphere
Tracking Chinese investment: western hemisphere now top target - THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION
China has at least $2.5 trillion in foreign exchange and must, due to its own balance of payments rules, invest it all overseas
Seven-time winner Lance Armstrong will ride in next month’s Tour de France, Team RadioShack confirmed Tuesday
Ms. Roza Otunbayeva, the interim leader until elections can be held later this year, has reaffirmed the U.S. lease on Manas Air Base after her deposed predecessor had tried to close it. She seems to be surrounded by pro market, pro freedom reformers
Congressional hearings aside, should the energy business be prepared to deal with increasingly suffocating regulation and oversight in the future? The answer seems a pretty direct yes. It might not make total sense, but it is the reality
News reports say Kyrgyzstan’s deposed president, Kurmanbek Bakiyev, has left the country for neighboring Kazakhstan. Witnesses say Bakiyev’s motorcade pulled up to the airport in Jalal-Abad before a plane was seen departing Thursday
Nuke summit missing key U.S. allies - The Daily Caller
Absence of key U.S. allies at summit amplifies doubts about Obama’s foreign policy
A Russian Soyuz space capsule carrying a U.S. astronaut and a Russian cosmonaut from the International Space Station landed safely in Kazakhstan on Thursday