[T]he American political process has become one giant political campaign after another.
The United States is incapable of changing the sovereign policy of Russia, despite all of its economic power, said Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov, in an interview yesterday published in the weekly Argumenty i Fakti.
“Although it is the largest economy in the world, the U.S. does not have the instruments that can [Read more]
Putin has found a formidable ally in the person of Donald Trump and his unpredictable and disruptive decisions.
If the shutdown lasts another two weeks, the total amount of losses for the U.S. economy will reach $6 billion.
Already, Speaker Pelosi has evoked the possibility of introducing articles of impeachment against President Trump for obstruction of justice.
A withdrawal would have dramatic consequences for the United States in the region and in the world.
The Middle East could be a starting point for a 2019 of fire and blood.
[T]he Islamic State is not defeated, and there are those willing to fill the void left by the United States.
In reality, the U.S. was never committed to beating the terrorist threat.
In a Middle East that’s as complicated as ever, simple ideas like Trump’s are dangerous.