Since the age of innocence has (long since) ended, Zuckerberg needs to demonstrate that he can make Facebook's transition into 'adulthood.'
Charlottesville is a peaceful little town; one of those built with red brick at the end of the 19th century and barely changed over time. Yet a statue of the Southern general, Robert E. Lee, has shaken up life in this small town. The American left considers it a symbol of racism and wants to remove it. Their project [Read more]
The United States’ strategy in the Middle East can be well understood by the use of its bases on its allies’ land. The presence of a U.S. outpost in a country is always an indication of significance, but the withdrawal from one base to another is an especially unequivocal sign of major changes taking place.
Perhaps now that the Trump administration is preparing for a great offensive against Beijing, it has rediscovered the usefulness of Europe’s involvement.
The bulk of the American public believes that the United States government is involved in mass surveillance of its own citizens.
With the nomination of Mike Pompeo to replace Rex Tillerson as secretary of state, U.S. foreign policy toward the Islamic Republic of Iran and adversaries such as Russia, China and North Korea is certainly bound to become more aggressive. President Donald Trump has repeatedly threatened to withdraw the United States [Read more]
The former secretary of state was a fish out of water in the administration from day one.
There is one cause for perplexity though, and it lies with Mark Zuckerberg’s motives.
With the War on Terror officially on the back burner, Russia and China have once again become the United States’ preferred “rivals,” being the superpowers in competition with America for world dominance. President Donald Trump himself made it official during his first speech on national security strategy last [Read more]
The industry and its lobbyists have repeatedly exploited the original sin of fear to advance aggressive pro-gun agendas.