[T]he U.S. presence in Syria is illegal ... But who cares about international law in our time?!
Ankara's ... operation against northern Syria will certainly raise a big question about the deterrent effect that the U.S. ... will have there from now on.
It was as if you were in a pub, and about to reward your thirst with another alcoholic trophy, and as you take an Olympic sip to finish the glass, the waiter preemptively ends your future alcoholic ambitions by strongly hinting that the establishment is closing.
Here's how one observer feels about the Group of [Read more]
[L]uck is obviously on your side when you wear jeans and meet with Americans and yet, you're still alive because as a child you had the freedom to pull the beard of the creator of the Islamic Republic just for fun.
Google is about to succeed in what Lenin and Stalin had failed—imposing communism around the world.
There are factors in both countries that influence those who make the decisions, and these factors are working to escalate tensions between the two countries.
What does Washington really want? It is hardly a war.
<i>The actual parameters of the deal for our future warplanes have remained foggy.</i>
The price is unlikely to reach the financial ceiling of 2.9 billion Bulgarian leva, (approximately $16 million) but will surely be above what is expected.
An envelope is expected to arrive in Sofia in the next 10 days. It will [Read more]
The two American parties have entangled themselves in a life-or-death battle.
[W]hen [John Bolton] included Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua ... in his definition of the “Troika of Tyranny," this evoked memories of the old Axis of Evil, but as a Cold War version.