Washington's exit from the deal and its revision is not the end of the world.
The issues raised by Washington can be tackled, but it is wrong to destroy what was achieved in the absence of valid alternatives.
He flaunts his power, because he can — always with the goal of drawing as much attention to himself as possible. And that's easy to get when you casually sow destruction.
What President Trump fails to realize is that the values he is rejecting are precisely the pillars upon which the American nation was founded.
On the first anniversary of Trump’s inauguration, Gallup conducted an opinion poll in 134 countries around the world.
While Donald Trump dallies around with those attacking the mass media, European governments and digital platforms worry about fake news.
Until yesterday, I was a cyber optimist. But if net neutrality that Trump has repealed extends around the world, I can no longer be that. Ending net neutrality means wiping out its very essence and all the varying possibilities for creation and innovation. “Abolishing net neutrality is a threat to the internet that [Read more]