At a time when Russian activity has drawn so much attention for the risk it poses to the status quo, diplomacy must prevail.
After reading the excellent “Brief History of Colombia,” in which Jorge Orlando Melo provides a very good summary of the country's development, I read “Brief History of the United States,” by College of Mexico professor Erika Pani, in which she writes about: "the past, the present, and the future of a country [Read more]
We need to remember that it was Kim Jong Un’s idea to organize this meeting. Today, he has won the jackpot in the lottery of history.
"We will strive for an even more permanent consolidation of elements of the U.S. armed forces in Poland."
This is the doctrine of all or nothing. Negotiating with a pistol in hand.
[T]here is no doubt that the United States – in the wake of its earlier withdrawal from the Paris climate accord – has, once again, further distanced itself from the international community this week.
[I]t’s not the first time a small Middle Eastern country has made trouble for America.
[T]he U.S. has competitors. At the very least, Macron in his speech was clearly asserting leadership.
The unilateral abandonment of an agreement involving the principle world powers effectively positions the U.S. as an unpredictable, and therefore barely trustworthy, partner.