<i>The U.S. government is exerting pressure and painting a blatantly distorted picture of German economic policy. But it is also true that Berlin has ignored smoldering problems for far too long.</i>
It is getting serious. After months of vague, trade-related threats from the U.S., opposing parties will meet each [Read more]
They did not seem like enemies or like people that have nothing to say to each other, despite their very different personalities.
The CIA and the U.S. government cannot perpetually remain silent about the WikiLeaks disclosures. It is indeed in their interest to clarify the affair. After all, they are supposed to be responsible for increasing security in the United States. Published information is causing a lot of confusion and and feeding [Read more]
It is easy to demonize this freak that the Americans have elected to be president.
As an entrepreneur and entertainer, Trump liked to fire people — now he is 'firing' journalists from the White House.
Given that from Trump's perspective releasing the material appears to only have an upside, not doing so would beg the obvious question: why not?