The situation will continue in its current form until Obama leaves office.
If what we are observing is not a cold war, it is at least starting to look like one. The recent "war games" carried out by Russia and North Atlantic Treaty Organization are signs of the level to which the current confrontation between Moscow and the West is escalating. We are certainly at a historical moment very [Read more]
<i>[As] the U.S. reorients itself toward Asia, what is the best response to the strengthening China? Is the Cold War the model? Europe will feel this change.</i>
"Let the dragon sleep. If he wakes, he will shake the world," as Napoleon is supposed to have warned. He was talking about China. Now the time has come. [Read more]
Regardless of the fact that Benjamin Netanyahu won the March 17 Israeli election, we must not deceive ourselves: the difference in viewpoint and the obstacles that his government put before President Barack Obama's plan to come to an agreement with Iran on the nuclear problem and to keep conversation open with the [Read more]
What does it have in common with our national sovereignty when an American army document first announces that U.S. troops will drive through our republic fully armed, and only later does the Czech government discuss the matter?
There are simply two sides to every luxury. Do we want an army of our own that enables us to demonstrate force — and do we have the money for it?
It's precisely an American base, of which Rep. Foldyna is afraid, that would be an insurance policy that tanks from the East never again reach Czech land.
The pressure on Obama from the Republicans, but also from his own political camp, is intense.
The United States European Command has officially confirmed that the U.S. will begin training and arming the National Guard of Ukraine this spring. It stated that the U.S. Department of State is heading the initiative to assist Ukraine in operating its "internal defense." Funding, already authorized by Congress, is [Read more]