Just a week ago, parliamentarians were united in agreement that Trump’s views were abhorrent. Now we should do more than shrug our shoulders at secretive American security policies that leave our constituents in such limbo.
Illegal immigration, drug smuggling and gun violence tend to dominate the narratives of most campaign speeches, which some local commentators dismiss as unfair, disproportionate and usually poorly informed.
It’s hard not to get angry with U.S. policies, which have often been sinful due to their abruptness and, at other times, naivete, or at the least, to put it simply, because they are badly timed and becoming misguided.
Without a doubt, a new case of this is Venezuela being declared a threat to U.S. security. Even [Read more]
A short time ago, the Obama administration released the second National Security Strategy of its tenure. The document serves as an overview of the administration's foreign affairs strategy and policy direction, and is divided into four sections: security, prosperity, values and international order. The topics are the [Read more]
Kissinger is a diplomatic realist and a living testimony to U.S. diplomacy.
The Republican rise to power during the midterm elections and the isolation of an uncertain President Obama, even among Democrats, has given strength to the lobby groups that influence American politics and will further problematize the snubbed requests of the less well-off social classes and environmental groups. I am [Read more]