On his 100th day in office, the light at the end of the tunnel still seems very distant for Donald Trump, who will continue to struggle.
It will be especially intriguing to see how Americans react to the discovery that protectionism, even supposing it creates a surplus of jobs, will by other means make their lives more expensive than ever.
These are in fact war crimes committed by a pontificating imperialism.
The American election and Trump's admittedly unexpected victory are not going to change the relationship between the U.S. and countries like Algeria, a relationship that is based first and foremost on the Algerian expertise in the fight against terrorism. As proof of this, the previous Washington administrations have [Read more]
An Algerian virus? For the first time in the history of the United States, a candidate for the White House, Donald Trump, is accusing his country of organizing rigged elections. Trump is crying to anyone who will listen that, if he loses to Hillary Clinton, it will be because of voter fraud. His own party is asking him [Read more]
We must ask ourselves if a country called “Syria” even exists anymore.
Does a choice really exist between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump? Between the plague and cholera?
In its policy of global domination, the U.S. has brought destruction to the four corners of the world, feeding conflict everywhere it thinks its interests are at stake.
An appeal for the eradication of weapons of mass destruction is easy and yet promises nothing, particularly when such a plea comes from a potential nuclear arms proliferator that isn’t ready to make the gesture that would convince us of its good faith, namely by reducing an arsenal capable of destroying the planet 100 times over.
Against their will, Washington has been cornered by Israel, if not to approve of Israel’s crimes, then to use its power to protect Israel from international condemnation, especially from the U.N. Security Council. Israel has committed the most despicable crimes [against the Palestinian people] since the end of World [Read more]