<i>I called her America’s Tin Woman. That was in April, when she had just announced her candidacy. At the beginning of next year, she will be the Democratic Party’s candidate for the presidency of the United States.</i>
Inside her party, she has no competition. Unfortunately, I can’t find a Republican who [Read more]
<i>Once so glorious, modern, and former renovators of the world, the Republicans have fallen into the sphere of frivolity. The success of barkers such as Donald Trump is nearly unstoppable.</i>
Talking about the U.S. Republican Party means bowing humbly toward history. The “Grand Old Party” was the party of the [Read more]
In the last year, the U.S. president has made significant achievements in both domestic and foreign policy.
Let's say it: Hillary is back.
Simply leaving scorched earth behind isn't an alternative, politically or morally.
It is not difficult to see why America is demanding that Korea develop a 'more enhanced global role' and reconcile with Japan; it is about China.
After the first Democratic debate, the former first lady has established herself as the front-runner.
Sending one ship, once, won’t cut it. If the U.S. decides it has made its point and never bothers sending a ship again, and if its allies follow suit, then China has won.