Trump’s march into a trade war is ... reminiscent of military adventures by ... presidents who got their country into a no-win situation with misguided strategy.
A punitive operation targeting Assad and his military would be appropriate. But in the current climate, the risks are simply too great. The benefits of such an operation must be weighed against the possibility of a global conflagration.
22 million U.S. residents currently do not have American citizenship. About half of them do not have valid residence status.
What's more, Trump's real feelings for Putin, warm as they may be, are completely immaterial in such an atmosphere.
<i>Trading with data and the questionable dealings with it were always the trademarks of Zuckerberg. Politicians have been looking on for far too long.</i>
Mark Zuckerberg has broken his silence. He asked for pardon and promised improvement. With this, he did the unavoidable, because in the face of furious [Read more]
Whatever Kim discusses with South Korean President Moon Jae In or US President Donald Trump – no decisions will be possible without Xi.
Diversity here means a moral arms race, a right to exclude and suppress unpleasant realities.