The U.S. president has been forced to face the truth.
For three months, far more civilians were killed in raids by the U.S. and Saudi-led coalition than by the air raids of Assad and Putin
The U.S. raid has shifted attention to the Syrian regime. There is a suspicion that all main players may be involved in a secret plan to reduce Bashar Assad’s power. Hopefully, they will have clear ideas on the (inevitable) partition of Syria, so that the country’s future will not be a tragic adventure like the [Read more]
<i>The U.S. president is in love with his own contradictions; he knows them and nourishes them intentionally. For now, he's got out his knife to show it off. When will he use it? And who will he use it against?</i>
Many acute observers of the current international political situation have noted, and done so often [Read more]
<i>An analysis of the dangers that threaten America, as well as China and South Korea. In addition, Kim Jong Un is an even more mysterious and unpredictable character than Syria’s Assad. We can conclude that he may even be clinically insane, judging by many of his actions. Besides, unlike Assad, he has atomic weapons [Read more]
Is there any method to his madness, or is Trump completely disconnected, changing mood, opinion and strategy as often as the weather changes in London?
Counterterrorism efforts should prioritize imagination, understood as the evolutionary study of threats.
<i>U.S president's daughter to receive an unprecedented role that sees her in an office on the second floor of the White House, above the Oval Office.</i>
Not a day goes by where the Trump family does not attract attention for something. Today it's the turn of the tycoon's favorite daughter, Ivanka, who will be [Read more]
<i>Richard Burr, a Republican Trump supporter, is the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee investigating the case that is shaking the White House to its core. He will have to follow in the footsteps of Sam Ervin, the man who was tasked with saving democracy from Nixon’s lies.</i>
Almost half a century [Read more]
When put to its most critical test, the president’s authority was not sufficient to bring the party together again.