The only way to be free of America’s destructive policies is for Pakistan and Afghanistan to develop a joint strategy against their common enemy, terrorism.
[Trump's] appeals to 'fire and fury' confirm a narcissistic lack of control and a mandate in which a dangerous nonsense abounds.
China uses North Korea as a pawn for its own interests, bearing in mind that the reunification of the Korean Peninsula under the U.S. flag would be a possibility to absolutely avoid.
Trump learned North Korea's language of fire and fury quite quickly. Hopefully, someone will teach him... about the Cuban Missile Crisis while he spends his summer vacation on the golf course.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson reassured us that he agrees with his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov, on the topic of Syria and the Department of Defense strategy to recover weapons from the Free Syrian Army after factions within it rejected U.S. conditions for continuing support. Not fighting Syrian regime forces [Read more]
First, evil objectives: banning immigrants, prohibiting Muslims from entering the U.S., denying rights to sexual minorities or abolishing a universal health care system. Later, the deeds, which fortunately still face stumbling blocks of resistance, rule of law and the separation of powers. Poor intentions do not [Read more]
The G-0, or the G-1 as Trump dreams it, isn't going to happen.
The only justification for the current international presence in Afghanistan, and even for the increase in troops, is the rule of the tableware shop: The customer who breaks a plate pays for it.
The biggest unknown remains Donald Trump himself, and his total unpredictability.
In a series of interviews with the U.S. media including CBS and The Washington Post, President Moon Jae In revealed his strategy for approaching North Korea to solve the North Korean nuclear issue. He presented a step-by-step approach utilizing sanctions and dialogue, to first end North Korea’s nuclear and missile [Read more]