The age of American dominance is over, and Washington has much less power than in past decades.
<i>If Kim had his grandfather’s imagination and could find the time, he could come to Europe by train. There are a couple arguments in favor of his coming to Warsaw.</i>
In the next couple of weeks, a meeting between the North Korean leader and the president of the United States is to take place. Only then will [Read more]
But behind the smokescreen of the American president’s flamboyance and Moscow’s World-War-III innuendo, both sides have shown cool-headed restraint.
[T]he military threats associated with the Cold War are slowly but surely returning.
Pompeo is one of the most vocal climate change deniers in Washington.
Besides speed skating and curling, the endurance sport of politics took place in Pyeongchang. It was a competition with few contestants – the United States, North Korea and South Korea – but with high stakes: relaxation on the Korean Peninsula and the prelude to dialogue with the nearly nuclear power of North [Read more]
American victories will not be completed, and their wars go on everywhere.
It is certainly clear that during his recent visit to Amman and Cairo, Vice President Mike Pence sought to reaffirm the strong partnership and ties among the United States’ historical allies in the region. He also sought to alleviate the justifiable fears which have been a natural reaction to President Donald [Read more]