[Alberto Fernández] will have to constantly negotiate and reach agreements with his all-powerful neighbor, the United States.
Donald Trump is never wrong, at least according to him. The incessant explanations he gave for his inaccurate warnings that Hurricane Dorian threatened Alabama, which resulted in days of mockery and skepticism, are just the latest example of his perpetual unwillingness to acknowledge an error, however harmless it may [Read more]
Let us recognize that school is also the world.
Trumpism must be realistic.
This is the first big puzzle: Why do salaries grow moderately with such a low unemployment rate?
Even though Brexit is a reflexive act meant to defend British singularity ... it meanwhile completely serves the interests of the U.S.
The delivery of these files ... provides concrete knowledge and assorted data, as abundant as it is valuable.
Matteo Salvini, a Catholic, has been critical of Pope Francis chiefly following his calls to open the doors to immigrants.
The race for leadership and superiority in the field of technology not only affects production, but also has implications relating principally to geopolitics and national security.
[R]eciprocal trust has apparently been damaged by an opportunity that, in all truth, has been wasted.