News of the Iranian fleet’s arrival in the Gulf of Mexico clearly has the flavor of a political and media response to the latest tensions regarding Iran, especially in the Persian Gulf.
Jeff Bezos seems to have amassed incalculable power over the last few years.
We are talking about thousands, tens of thousands of perfectly integrated workers with full-time jobs — sometimes more than one — who still cannot afford to rent a home with their modest income.
<i>The U.S. president was in Vietnam for the meeting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, which he essentially wants to leave. Shinzo Abe’s Japan assumes leadership.</i>
It is strange to hear the slogan “America First” in Vietnam, and specifically in a place like Da Nang, which was devastated by the war. [Read more]
Today ... it seems almost well established that there is a private paramilitary system that exists for engagement in wars or crisis scenarios.
Like in the famous bikini metaphor, those 2,890 uncovered files become irrelevant because all the attention is on what remains covered.
Actually governing the country must seem a boring and unappealing job for Trump, much like managing an apartment complex.
In this tormented end to 2017, the two powerful dream machines ... are seeing their reputation collapse simultaneously through scandals and incidents of varying kinds.
The news that thousands of mercenaries were being trained to invade Qatar shows how essential these contractor companies are becoming in contemporary warfare.