If the U.S. turns its back on the world and builds a wall around itself, the international community, losing its unifying force, will go into a tailspin.
Invalid evaluations will not only place front-line troops in harm's way, but can also easily encourage blind optimism that will only give way to chaos and confusion.
It would be foolish to underestimate the group’s lethal capacities.
In the history of the United States, I don’t think there has ever been as much time and money spent on discrediting a political figure as there has been on Hillary Clinton. Twenty-five years ago, the leaders of the Republican Party, with their paid attack dogs, launched a hate campaign against Bill Clinton’s wife. [Read more]
In effect, the West's position is this: It's inclined to take Kiev's side over Moscow's and it's not prepared to harshly criticize or pressure Ukraine, even when it has every reason to.
<i>Trump fails whenever he tries to focus on topics instead of just polemics.</i>
Donald Trump's bad mood is exemplified by many things: by the worsening poll numbers; by the foot that finds his mouth with ever greater accuracy; or by the steadily growing numbers of critics in his own party who are no longer willing [Read more]
As far as her opponent Trump is concerned, Hillary can handle him.
The man lies like he breathes. On top of being a liar, he's a hypocrite too.
<i>The Federal Reserve is currently constrained by the rest of the world, which is preventing the Fed from raising interest rates. The result: Its monetary policy will no longer be able to make use, in the end, of the classic weapon of lowering rates. It will only survive using unconventional policy. The risks that the [Read more]
The American press is as vulgar as the candidates.