In the White House and in Congress, principles have been jettisoned and the nightmare scenario of the past is threatening to become today's reality.
In order to ensure the future of whole societies, we have to do more than just give a treat to the ultra-rich.
<i>Everyone liked the speech of the U.S. president: Business leaders were convinced that Trump is pursuing a profitable policy for them, and other forum participants simply enjoyed the show</i>
This year, the expectations from the World Economic Forum in Davos, which are traditionally rather high, have seriously [Read more]
[T]he FBI continues to be in the line of fire, and its agents are being forced to choose between loyalty to the country and personal loyalty to Trump.
Trump, at least in this regard, has penetrated the essence of the North Korean problem more accurately than any other politician in Korea. It is a relief, yet on the other hand, it is also a pity.
<i>Many questions raised by the Kremlin report discussion remain unanswered. Why has Donald Trump not yet extended the sanction list? Is he going to do this or will the Kremlin report remain just a report? How will these actions turn out for Trump himself? A specialist on America, Ivan Kurilla answered these [Read more]
Given that the president is famous for his provocative tweets, one has to ask, where does such a sudden change in tone come from?
The state of the union is the state of Israel. As for our state, it is the state of the Islamic State group.