There is no doubt that the United States' leadership in the fight against climate change is behind us.
Although North Korea may celebrate the 105th anniversary of its founder Kim Il Sung on April 15 by conducting a nuclear or missile test, President Donald Trump has ordered the deployment of a naval battle group to the Korean Peninsula. The warning to the Pyongyang regime is clear. It can also be seen as a sign of [Read more]
The unpredictability with which America is acting abroad is troubling, especially because it gives the impression that, right now in the White House, there is very little geopolitical strategy and a rather large dose of frivolity. The launch on Afghanistan of the most powerful non-nuclear bomb in the American arsenal [Read more]
<i>The U.S. president is in love with his own contradictions; he knows them and nourishes them intentionally. For now, he's got out his knife to show it off. When will he use it? And who will he use it against?</i>
Many acute observers of the current international political situation have noted, and done so often [Read more]
Commitments made by the United States in the Paris Agreement on climate change are hanging in the balance.
The United States is worried that China will one day become as strong as, even stronger than, the U.S.
<i>An analysis of the dangers that threaten America, as well as China and South Korea. In addition, Kim Jong Un is an even more mysterious and unpredictable character than Syria’s Assad. We can conclude that he may even be clinically insane, judging by many of his actions. Besides, unlike Assad, he has atomic weapons [Read more]
Choosing a winner is not easy when the fact-resistant Twitter-fan without impulse control meets the leader of the world’s biggest communist dictatorship. It is still fundamentally important that the presidents of the U.S. and China meet. The two countries must have a relationship. However, no one should expect that [Read more]
On April 7, the U.S. used 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles to attack a Syrian government military air base. With such a fierce military strike against the Assad regime, what was Washington’s intention?
Attacking Syria was a victory for establishment Republicans. During his second term, Barack Obama focused American [Read more]
Trump looks like a person who is absolutely incapable of carrying anything through to its conclusion.