"…economic well-being inequality."
As one of an increasing number of late-night dinners in his second term, it offers a glimpse into a president who prefers intellectuals to politicians, and into the rarefied company Mr. Obama may keep after he leaves the White House.
Kathryn Ma…writes with authority about racial politics in San Francisco, a city where, not long ago, “all the Asian lawyers in town fit into five or six tables.” Now Chinatown power players can block or tip a judge’s promotion, and the annual luncheon of the local Asian bar association fills the banquet floor.
…it’s just a matter of time before they start looking outward and start looking at the West and at the United States in particular…we are at a dangerous time.
…the leading militant group that has extended its grip through large areas of the region—the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria…