Preparations for elections that will see the current president battle hostile elements within his own party ... will last for at least a year.
As happened earlier with Ronald Reagan, young people trust in the wisdom of a candidate with experience.
The dilemma is what retaliatory measures the U.S. should take to avoid escalating this action into a major conflict
If Clinton really resigns, the Democratic National Committee would decide her replacement.
The video recorded in New York is quite frightening: Hillary Clinton is staggering, stumbling and being held by her assistants. Finally, she seems to be falling in their hands, which grab her or carry her to into the car. Her [Read more]
Political mines may obliterate any progress made in the U.S. primaries by early summer.
Might there be a chill in U.S.-Turkey relations? Expected in the United States from March 29 through April 2, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has no planned meeting with his American counterpart, Barack Obama. “Our president is not going for a state visit, but for a multilateral summit,” İbrahim Kalin, the [Read more]