<i>Donald Trump and his executive order banning the entry of nationals from seven Muslim countries into the United States on the pretext that they are potential terrorists marked, in a worrisome way, the last Summit of the African Union Assembly of Heads of State and Government that was held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, [Read more]
The great successes of the Obama era, which enchanted the naiveté of the world, were demolished by Trump in a matter of minutes.
Trump could still manage to surprise everyone by revealing an appetite for bilateral agreements.
Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Africa Carlos Lopes supported Angola’s position yesterday with respect to the need to enlarge the number of permanent and non-permanent members of the United Nations Security Council.
Enlargement is aimed at making the political body more representative and better [Read more]
To Trump, being contradictory, negative and demeaning ... has made the so-called greatest banker in history, John Pierpont Morgan, a philanthropist able to risk all his assets in times of high economic risk.
Powell's memo reveals that the United States and United Kingdom had already decided what they would do one year before the invasion of Iraq.
What it is worth stressing here is simply the fact that the United States, once more, has not resisted the temptation of trying to force the president of another sovereign country to interfere in the decision of an independent internal power.
The sacrifice of hundreds of thousands of innocent Japanese was an investment made by the American military-industrial complex to show who effectively won World War II and, most of all, who would win in following wars — that is, who would reign supreme over the world.
[W]e are witnessing effective cooperation that shows international interest and solidarity with regard to the large amount of work that needs be done to cut out the evils of terrorism by their roots.
We must celebrate the fact that Obama discussed with his host, Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, the sore subject of the state of civil liberties.