"Through his sacrifice and unwavering leadership and, perhaps most of all, through his moral example, Mandela … came to embody the universal aspirations of dispossessed people all around the world."
[C]hina has every interest in assuming a decisive role at a time when difficult negotiations are being conducted with the United States in the commercial sphere.
Unlike the situation in Iraq in 2003, an attack against Syria today carries serious risk of a war among the world powers.
Anything is possible. Even if, for the time being, it is just a verbal escalation, there is no guarantee that a nuclear war will not break out between the United States and North Korea.
The peaceful nuclear program is a Western con, since any research program, whatever its intention, can have military applications.
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]