Trump, typically, always tries to blame others for his failure.
Emmanuel Macron was in Washington. He enjoyed himself in Donald Trump's company and delivered a speech before Congress, which, according to many Americans was so good, that they wished he was their president – and not only because he speaks English well. (It is fair to say that Macron is the French head of state with [Read more]
The problem which the international community is facing is that it blindly participates in this confrontation without considering even for a moment the human consequences...
Even though the EU and the U.S. are natural partners in rewriting world trade rules with China, Trump's strategy risks depriving Washington of a strategic ally.
The countdown to the collapse of the global hegemony of the U.S. dollar has begun.
The war in Syria is never-ending. The U.S. continues to supply Syrian rebels with weapons from Eastern Europe. This is how the analysis of the Eurasia Daily edition begins, which claims that it has been tracking the scale of the supplies. According to data provided by the medium, whose publication includes a number of [Read more]
The very fact that Trump and his populism came to power is rooted in the decline of democratic values among American citizens in the first place.
It is simply astonishing that Trump has gone from threatening to 'totally destroy' North Korea in September ... to planning a cozy summit.
<i>The United States made a mistake – it mistook the North Korean leader’s ruthlessness for mental instability.</i>
He is a demented, crazy dictator who shouldn't be allowed in close proximity to the nuclear button. The talks to try and deter or suppress him are pointless. These strategies might work when the [Read more]