There's been a recent international event which, owing to its far-reaching effects and direct importance to us, deserves special coverage and analysis: The declaration on the part of the U.S. and Cuba to restore full diplomatic relations (which have been broken since the ‘60s), and to agree to initiate talks of the [Read more]
The United States is becoming a country of political dynasties. With the appearance in the presidential campaign of the first “candidate to be a candidate” — ex-governor of Florida Republican Jeb Bush – experts are predicting a duel against former first lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the event [Read more]
Clinton is infinitely malleable and has no firm convictions of her own.
The idea of American policy focusing on Asia was, of course, a conclusion drawn from the new analysis of America’s global presence, which recommended that it should consolidate its part in the Pacific region.
<i>Hillary Clinton is gaining ground as the potential Democratic candidate for 2016.</i>
The predictions have come to pass. The Republicans won the U.S. general elections by a large margin, in governors’ races as well as in races for other public offices. With the midterm elections out of the way and two more [Read more]
<i>Democratic governors lose key seats in the run up to 2016</i>
<i>The great Democratic bastion of New England begins to crumble</i>
Americans are tired of dreams. Much to the dismay of Obama and his party, they want realities, especially with regard to the economy. Only 27 percent believe that their income will [Read more]
Never has the foreign policy of the empire seemed so aimless.
In what country do left-leaning candidates distance themselves from a president on the left? The natural answer is in France! President Hollande is so unpopular right now that future Socialist candidates receive invitations to enlist in the service of other leaders. But there is another campaign that illustrates this [Read more]