Trump provides amusing entertainment. His personal fate is, however, just a diversion, and one we would be better to look past.
<i>Political analyst Eduard Lozansky talks about the depth of the US domestic political crises.</i>
In the U.S., there is a heated discussion on whether the country is democratic or not. Currently, there are two versions. The first one was precisely defined by the respected magazine Foreign Affairs. According to it, [Read more]
To invalidate the democratic will of millions of bona fide voters is dangerous for the United States. Doing it through foreign intervention is fatal.
United States intervention is necessary for stability in the Middle East.
<i>Today, the two meet at the Vatican; it is a change of perspective for the U.S. president who is said to be honored by the invitation of Pope Francis, even though the electoral campaign wasn't without confrontations, such as the one about the Mexican border wall.*</i>
After the rather less than friendly exchanges [Read more]
It cannot be helped that President Trump’s dismissal of FBI Director James Comey is being criticized as a blatant move to crush the investigation into Russian ties. I would like to warn that, unless the “Russiagate" suspicion can be explained, the United States will face grave problems in the future.
President Trump can safely assume Michael Flynn will cause him trouble for some time yet.
<i>James Comey takes the shame or the glory of having derailed the presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton into his forced retirement.</i>
“You’re fired!” That was Donald Trump’s favorite phrase when he was a TV host. Now that he’s a host of world politics he continues to use it, perhaps following the [Read more]
Trump might have crossed a line from which there is no return.
At the highest echelons of power, a calculated plan exists to prevent facts from coming to light.