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.
<i>Alabama’s conservative voters have rejected the Republican candidate supported by President Trump. They preferred someone who appeared to be ineligible: the racist and homophobic Roy Moore.</i>
In the remote South of the United States, during the senatorial primary in a special election in Alabama – far from [Read more]
Finally, the results have been confirmed. Judge Roy Moore, endorsed by the American “alt-right”* and Steve Bannon, has managed to prevail in the Alabama Republican senatorial primary. He defeated Luther Strange, the candidate of both the Republican establishment and of President Trump.
The judge became famous [Read more]
The rise of Trump, the Republican Party’s outsider, allowed for the growth of the "alternative-right"* movement ... Those “irredeemable” people represent a large segment of Americans.
When faced with North Korea’s threats, we needed a speech that would have united the international community instead of dividing it even further.
Since his return to power, Vladimir Putin has sought to return Russia to the role of a superpower on the world’s stage.
In the matter of the missiles, there is an unknown factor that nobody can assess in the event of a possible war. It is the “T-Factor.”
Looking beyond all the diplomatic calculations, the strategic analyses, the nuclear experiments, the demonstrative missile launches South Korea is now carrying out to not seem [Read more]