Scalia always judged that the Constitution had been laid down once and for all and could not be adapted to momentary demands.
Donald Trump has executed a reverse takeover of the Republican Party, perverting its principles to capture the angry white zeitgeist of 2016.
It's high time that Donald Trump had a clear Republican competitor. Marco Rubio could take on the role of the more moderate candidate, although he is really a hardliner too.
<b>He's Done it Again</b>
In the primaries in Nevada, Donald Trump has finished in first place, receiving the majority of the delegates' [Read more]
The Republican candidates for the White House are determined to prevent Barack Obama from designating a successor to the Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia who died on Feb. 13. Their fear is to see a liberal replace a conservative. However, an editor from the Washington Post mentions that the Republicans are playing [Read more]
<b>During a press conference on Feb. 17, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson, Lei Hong, answered questions about the unofficial meeting between the United States and the leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.</b>
From Feb. 15 to 16, the United States and leaders from ASEAN member states held [Read more]
World War III could have become an absolute reality. The ceasefire deal, achieved by Russia and the U.S., halted that scenario.
<i>The British government has decided to hold an election, the EU referendum, on June 23 to decide whether the country will stay in the EU.</i>
Unlike Germany and some other continental European countries, the British citizen-society has had a longer history and is therefore more powerful. The “little government, [Read more]
Last week, I read an article I enjoyed by the American writer Thomas Friedman, about which Middle East the next American president will encounter. Before that, an Arab friend and scholar of international affairs in the United States gave me his opinion on my last article for Asharq al-Awsat on the legacy of Henry [Read more]