The U.S. president has been forced to face the truth.
It seems that Trump has difficulty understanding the notion of mutual respect for any kind of relationship, from international to interpersonal.
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]
In the perspective of the Trump administration, the normalization of U.S.-Cuba relations would be no more than the restoration of capitalism on the island
We should all be ashamed that the war in Syria is still going on.
The rumors of an April crisis on the Korean Peninsula are spreading like wildfire. Ominous hearsay of war on the Korean Peninsula are told and retold across social networks. They say North Korea will push ahead on its sixth nuclear test this month, and, in turn, America will commence a preemptive strike (or more [Read more]
Ultimately, what has fed this war is the manner in which it has been communicated.
The ability of white people to compete socially has fallen.
<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.