Trump has proven to be indifferent to the fundamental values that shaped the postwar world, such as the rule of law, democracy, human rights, and open trade.
The empty seat is always a surrender, and Trump should understand the damage he is doing to his country – and his allies – with this growing isolationist policy.
<i>One of the bloodiest incidents in modern American history occurred in Las Vegas on Oct. 2. Stephen Paddock, a senior citizen from Nevada, rained fire on a country music festival, killing 59 people. In this article, we look at how this nightmare in Las Vegas will backfire on Donald Trump's domestic and foreign [Read more]
Perhaps the time has come to understand that we have gone too far, breaching the balance between private interest and public security.
America knows no one's loyalty, it believes only in its interests, and lies in the name of justice, equality and support for democracy.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson reassured us that he agrees with his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov, on the topic of Syria and the Department of Defense strategy to recover weapons from the Free Syrian Army after factions within it rejected U.S. conditions for continuing support. Not fighting Syrian regime forces [Read more]
We are still working with an American intermediary who lacks the courage to speak the truth for fear of the Zionist lobby “boogeyman” in Washington.
As long as Donald Trump remains in power, a unique kind of dichotomy will exist in China-U.S. relations for a long time, because the U.S. wants to uphold its ideal of “America First” without having to disappoint its allies, and it wants to improve China-U.S. relations without losing its influence in the [Read more]
President Donald Trump is meeting his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron in Paris. The two men have already met twice before: shaking hands in Brussels and posing side by side in Hamburg for a group photo. Their next meeting, on the occasion of Bastille Day, gives them the opportunity to hammer out the details of their [Read more]