[T]he American drive to contain China in the battle for world leadership is real.
What [U.S. envoy] Khalilzad has negotiated during nine rounds of talks over the last year is just window dressing, a peace agreement without peace.
Data and algorithms are changing our relationships, as well as how we behave, see the world, think, live, make love and war, dream and invent.
<i>Donald Trump’s tweets have triggered the recent collapse in financial markets. Even if the stock markets usually ride out periods of unpredictability, a new step has been taken as the U.S. president is poised ever-ready to draw his sword.</i>
It’s well known that financial analysts are an easy target. But [Read more]
By targeting African-Americans, Donald Trump wastes no time in exacerbating the racial tensions that divide the United States, conscious as he is of galvanizing his electoral base, which is mostly white.
Trump behaves like a dangerous arsonist. His words reinvigorate and legitimize white supremacists. This is today’s America.
[H]ere, against Iran, in this powder keg that is the Persian Gulf, the consequences of a misstep can be quick and costly.
At last count by The Washington Post, Trump had just broken the 10,000 lies and false statements barrier ... The United States has lost what it stands for.
Honoring this woman disgusts the Trump administration.
Commercial nationalism is the strongest weapon. It is highly flammable and generally burns everything it touches.