As Stephen Hawking, one of the great thinkers of our time, wrote this week in The Guardian, we’re at the cusp of one the most dangerous eras in recent memory.
Donald Trump is drawing heavily on Wall Street, rich donors and military and security lobbyists.
Donald Trump as 45th president of the United States is like a kick in the gut for many women.
<i>Beijing gave off the outward appearance of Trump’s election not being important – but elites are utterly shaken.</i>
The whole world switched to crisis mode because of the U.S. presidential election. Only China gave off the appearance of being unconcerned – just like normal, as if the election results [Read more]
Politics have neglected to distribute the gains of globalization in a socially acceptable manner.
Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy was at first laughable – a humorous topic of conversation for pleasant circles of political aficionados. One could delightfully amuse oneself about the churlish, foppish, crazed real estate tycoon from New York. The comparative consideration of the speeches of Trump and the [Read more]
<b>France has pronounced the free trade agreement with the USA dead. Austria's government is also becoming increasingly skeptical. The EU and USA are pounding out exhortations to carry on, but a deal under Obama is unrealistic.</b>
Now it has come to this. Top politicians in Europe are officially laying the [Read more]
<i>Trump fails whenever he tries to focus on topics instead of just polemics.</i>
Donald Trump's bad mood is exemplified by many things: by the worsening poll numbers; by the foot that finds his mouth with ever greater accuracy; or by the steadily growing numbers of critics in his own party who are no longer willing [Read more]
<i>“U.S. president agrees to the ‘defense of every NATO ally.’” The eastern NATO nations are pleased about the signal to Russia. Moscow counters that the alliance is only imagining a threat.</i>
Warsaw. They were clear words that President Obama had ready for his allies before his departure from the NATO [Read more]