Now when [Trump] is a heartbeat away from becoming the president of the U.S., we have to start to treat him seriously as a danger to global security.
America’s constantly progressing “war chariot system” differs in that it is driven by the monstrous power of capitalism.
Foreign ministers from America, Japan, and Australia hurriedly conducted strategic talks in Vientiane, Laos, recently. In their joint statement, they said, “The ministers expressed their serious concerns over maritime disputes in the South China Sea. The ministers voiced their strong opposition to any coercive [Read more]
“Pax Americana” is based on strong involvement by the U.S. in maintaining world peace ... Trump’s words signal a retreat from that commitment.
Obama has used his power in a firm but pragmatic manner to promote those policies and values he believed would promote and inspire a better United States.
<i>Oh, yes. There was something there: The great Afghanistan fatigue of the West was clear at the NATO summit, but the conflict at Hindu Kush is anything but ended.</i>
It is the longest war in the history of the United States. And yet the conflict in Afghanistan hardly gets any part of the public’s attention. [Read more]
Jens Stoltenberg, NATO’s secretary general, said before the summit in Warsaw that NATO doesn’t desire a cold war with Russia, but in reality, everything is exactly the opposite. Especially since the Cold War, beginning with Winston Churchill’s “Iron Curtain” speech, was never completely put to rest; there [Read more]
Six months from the end of Barack Obama’s presidency, Europe has once again raised its head as a matter of concern. The decision by Britain to leave the European Union in the recent referendum will without doubt change the United States’ relationship with Europe. With Britain’s departure, Washington has lost its [Read more]
Let’s not forget that Trump has no experience with security or foreign affairs.
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump argued on May 4 that American allies, including South Korea, must pay 100 percent of their defense fees. In a CNN interview that aired on the same day, he said, “Why not 100 percent?” when asked to give his opinion on the testimony of Vincent Brooks, the current [Read more]