Trump has made the International Criminal Court (ICC) the latest target of his administration’s contempt for the global rule of law. The sanctions and family visa bans he authorized on June 11 for use against ICC officials are tools usually reserved for human rights violators, not those seeking to hold them to account in fair trials.
Trump has come up with the ultimate weapon to knock out COVID-19: no new testing, no new cases, no more pandemic.
Without a doubt, the American president has failed as a leader when faced with a major public health crisis.
<i>The resident of the White House signed an order Tuesday, June 16, aimed at encouraging American police reform. In Congress, Democrats and Republicans seem determined to act quickly.</i>
<b>What Does the Order Anticipate?</b>
Under pressure from negative polls, in which less than one-third of Americans believe [Read more]
As is often the case when it comes to arts and culture, accusations of racism go after the wrong targets.
The whole book ... confirms the diplomatic demolition business that is “Trumpism” and the inexorable separation it has inflicted on the United States.
[I]f European and American sanctions are destined to be something other than a Pavlovian reaction or moral incantation, they must be accompanied by realistic objectives.
Global outrage ... has inspired some activists to call for a coordinated political response from the Black community around the world.
While America sees a new wave of anger rising against racism, the message of Richard and Mildred Loving is more relevant than ever.
The police departments in too many American cities are deeply rotten from structural racism which has ruined the lives of Black Americans for decades.