<i>The Russians will try convincing Trump to consider a new division of Europe, and that will encourage Serbia.</i>
America has a new president and is entering in a new and a changeable era. The main doubt about President-elect Donald Trump is whether he will act as he promised he would during his campaign and cause [Read more]
Old wisdom is out of fashion in the Beltway. The political citadel in Washington is in the hands of analysts who run election databases based on templates with real time self-adjusting parameters. However, this is what old wisdom based on full knowledge of the facts says: When a candidate claims the elections are [Read more]
If the lowering of international oil prices has explosive effects on the Saudi economy, the bill under discussion will prove even more disastrous for Saudi Arabia.
There's no need to rush with the TPP, is there? That’s what I’d like to say, seeing the U.S. in such a state of disarray.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership continues on its path to enactment as it now formally turns to the domestic audience for approval.
In a special Diet session held in September, the Abe [Read more]
The Republican candidate’s promise primarily sends a political message.
[I]t seems increasingly clear that the voters don’t want any of the candidates who are still in the race.
If the Republicans win the presidency in November 2016, and the new president names the next justice, the Republican Party would become the absolute ruler of government institutions of the U.S.
The president's rivals did everything they could to throw a wrench in his plans, and today dream of cutting his legacy to pieces.