[I]t is curious that the United States is always pointing an accusatory finger at others ... looking at the straw poking someone else’s eye and not the beams shining in theirs.
Vice President Mike Pence boycotted the presidential reception of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics opening ceremony held by President Moon Jae-in on Feb. 9. The diplomatic efforts of the Moon government, which tried to make the Olympic Games a part of the North Korean–U.S. dialogue, were put to the test. The Blue [Read more]
The reason nothing changes is because the arguments about gun legislation are just as ideological as everything else in this hopelessly divided country.
[T]he U.S. ally should understand the uniqueness of the current U.S. political climate and devise a way to deal with it accordingly.
The United States has reaffirmed its red lines in Syria, and this attests to the seriousness of its policy in the country. There is no room for doubt. A few days ago, the response of its troops and the Air Force to the popular regime in Damascus sent an unambiguous message to everyone involved in the conflict in the [Read more]
The industry and its lobbyists have repeatedly exploited the original sin of fear to advance aggressive pro-gun agendas.
The broad agenda that is impelling U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on his current Latin American tour looks like a replay of the national security doctrine that determined Washington’s relations with the region during the Cold War.
Today, the threats that Tillerson is talking about, communism and the former [Read more]
[T]he rise of racism in the United States ... is giving a pretext to some heavily armed, demented people to go out and kill people.
The US indices fell due to a number of factors. The most important of these is an obvious correction after years of growth.