[T]he most reckless actors on this chessboard, such as Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, have already started beating the drums of war.
<i>The sanctions against Iran open a new diplomatic and trading conflict between the United States and the European Union.</i>
On Monday, the first group of sanctions imposed by the United States against Iran was enforced, after Donald Trump decided to ignore the agreement reached in July 2015 between the Persian [Read more]
[T]he decision is just the most recent in a context of contempt for multilateralism promoted by President Donald Trump since the beginning of his presidential campaign.
[T]his is a new broadside that once again raises questions about the validity of the U.S. as a signatory of international treaties.
[T]he emergence of a world without institutional space for group dialogue and with governments that act only on the basis of their selfish interests or their leaders’ impulses is not good news.
The Nixonian stench is there, and
Trump has a special capacity for self-destruction.
As with all megalomaniac fascists, Trump believes himself to be essential, and a winner.
A match between Honduras and El Salvador, in Washington, D.C., wouldn’t stir up mortar fire, but rather hot dogs sold by the thousands. War, with mustard…
Many Americans are ready to defend their “right” to carry weapons of war, a right that paradoxically goes against the right to life of the rest of the population.
“For all of those Bernie Sanders voters who will be left out in the cold by a rigged system of superdelegates, we welcome you with open arms.” With these words, Donald Trump confirmed the view that many of those who support the Democratic senator from Vermont will vote for the magnate Trump in the presidential [Read more]