The Kremlin announced that Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke on the phone with Donald Trump on Nov. 14, and Beijing announced that Trump also spoke for some time with Premier Xi Jinping on the evening of the same day. The Kremlin revealed that both Putin and Trump believe U.S.-Russian relations to be in an [Read more]
The appearance of a candidate like Trump and his victory ... speak to the fact that the United States has met with a deep systemic crisis.
<i>Trump and his allies must know that Europe exists and that [unless anti-EU elections get in its way] it has every intention to keep existing.</i>
Assuming he gave a single thought to Europe after his electoral triumph, Donald Trump must have asked himself the same question that Henry Kissinger asked a long time [Read more]
There is not one perfect model of democracy for everyone, only the best model for each country.
Donald Trump, because he has the majority of Congress at his disposal, will probably continue to divide American society, to rob the people of their voice and to bring his internal and external enemies to trial. The world according to Trump is only just beginning to threaten our values.
China has started its maneuvers to appeal to those who are disappointed by Trump.
Even worse is to consider it a "model of democracy."
The United States, yesterday “the sole surviving superpower” and global democratic arsenal, is overwhelmed by the enforcement of these global traffic regulations.
It would appear that Hillary and Obama made an agreement to deliver the presidency of the United States to Trump.
One can feel that Trump thinks with the premise that America is just an ordinary country rather than the superpower.