The first year of Donald Trump's administration was like his troubled, hurried, and yet successful businesses: always a reason for news and fierce criticism.
That same turbulent personality figure found himself leading one of the most powerful countries in the world, and one can see the impact, risk and fluctuation [Read more]
Second to Twitter, Trump’s rhetoric about trade is his most powerful weapon.
Bearing in mind ... the fact that Obama lived for many years in Chicago, surely nobody would object if Obama were to visit the city and address public servants on human rights.
Bernie Sanders is the American running for the presidency of his country as a Social Democrat. This has gotten the attention of the whole world and begs the question: What do we understand by Social Democrat? Are you able to win the presidency with this ideology?
This politician has a long history in the U.S. [Read more]
<i>Crude oil production currently far exceeds global demand due to the market war being waged by America and the Gulf states. Stocks are full, prices are plummeting... and crisis is imminent.</i>
College posters are brimming with debates about the development of the price of oil. Controversies are numerous. But no [Read more]
“This has become routine,” declared Barack Obama, president of the United States, referring to the latest shootings at educational institutions in the country, leaving [people] dead, wounded and terrified.
In the majority of shootings, the aggressors come from homes where they were familiar with weapons and had [Read more]
I believe whistleblowers are crucial to our understanding of the world, exposing some of the dreadful acts committed by governments, and flushing out corruption.
In a time that requires performance at a high level, Barack Obama, the president of the United States, has demonstrated how right his voters were to trust in him to guide the most successful nation in the world.
I’m not a diplomat, but I have common sense, and upon observing its development throughout history, the [Read more]
It would have been better had our old teachers not limited their 80s courses on the “self-determination of the people” and the “not interfering with other countries in sovereign decisions” and included the details of an expansionist policy of which we were victims in their lectures. We are victims. And [Read more]
President Barack Obama's last State of the Union address had scarcely finished when the opposing Republican Party accused him of being out of tune with reality. Their reaction, although predictable, shows how deep the country's political tear runs between the two ideologically unbridgeable factions.