Ambivalence when it comes to condemning racism legitimizes racism.
While the visit was a way of building on the continued friendship between our two nations, it's worth looking at the two issues of disagreement we need to resolve.
<i>The New York Times has disclosed the first clear evidence that Russia infiltrated the Republican presidential campaign.</i>
Although he makes continual claims to the contrary, the criticism fired at Donald Trump is a constant burden for him. In fact, multiple sources report the same number of hours that he [Read more]
Following Donald Trump's triumph in the presidential election, I said in this column that fulfilling his campaign promises on climate change will make him an enemy of the planet (Nov. 13, 2016). Well, it seems he is achieving it with the withdrawal of the U.S. in the Paris agreement, a decision that was preceded by [Read more]
Just as he said in his campaign, President Donald Trump changed the United States’ policy towards Cuba. In addition to wiping clean one of President Barack Obama’s legacies regarding relations with the rest of America, the bully is trying to secure allies among the congressmen that support the expulsion of Cubans [Read more]
Trump's decision is a stark display of that rare phenomenon when a superpower yields power without it being taken away by its rivals.
Let there be no doubt: Although Trump may drop bombs on half the world, this doesn’t mean he is going to ignore his southern neighbors.
Assad might have unintentionally triggered the start of a new, global confrontation headed by a president in need of approval.
What is not normal is the divisiveness, intensity, level of danger, and sometimes banality of the conflicts created by the new president of the United States.