Russia must weigh the sovereignty of others in its own hands with the aim of assessing America’s share in them and of finding paths to the future that are free of America.
<i>Jean-Eric Branaa analyzes the current situation in the United States against the backdrop of the government shutdown and the proposed construction of a wall along the Mexican border. He believes Donald Trump to be in a not unfavorable position, as immigration is a subject he controls and this allows him to maintain [Read more]
The United States is incapable of changing the sovereign policy of Russia, despite all of its economic power, said Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov, in an interview yesterday published in the weekly Argumenty i Fakti.
“Although it is the largest economy in the world, the U.S. does not have the instruments that can [Read more]
Though Trump’s foreign policy seems chaotic at first glance, it is in fact based on a very consistent principle.
In [Trump's] efforts to be the voice of and role model for ordinary people in America, military strategy and logic have never played a role.
How does Trump get these things right? We know he doesn’t read. We know he doesn’t think. Everyone else says the opposite. Yet he nails it.
The narcissist in the White House urgently needs pretty pictures in the middle of his term.