Trump is a little like an unguided missile, and no one knows where it will land.
Both [candidates] are facing off in a campaign that seems more geared toward discrediting opponents than maintaining political decorum.
Either abandon the idea of uncontested American hegemony and normalize relations with Moscow, or continue the confrontation, teetering on the brink between a new Cold War and World War III.
If we rewind the "film," we will find that all major factors of instability and disruption were already on the agenda by that time; 9/11 enhanced them, but it is also itself a consequence of it.
Thanks to 9/11, we know more about the world, but mainly about ourselves.
It would be foolish to underestimate the group’s lethal capacities.
<i>Trump fails whenever he tries to focus on topics instead of just polemics.</i>
Donald Trump's bad mood is exemplified by many things: by the worsening poll numbers; by the foot that finds his mouth with ever greater accuracy; or by the steadily growing numbers of critics in his own party who are no longer willing [Read more]
Recently, a book was published on Obama and his policies entitled, “The Long Game: How Obama Defied Washington and Redefined America’s Role in the World.”
The book was written by Derek Chollet, who worked for decades in the State Department, the National Security Council, and the Department of Defense. He [Read more]