“Nonetheless, given the personalities of the two leaders involved, one cannot rule out that sheer personal pique could become a direct factor in triggering a war,” notes Pillar now at Georgetown University.
McCain, who is 80 years old and the victim of an aggressive brain tumor, returned to the U.S. Senate this week to give a lesson: a life lesson, a moral lesson and a lesson of passion for politics.
During the heated phase of the 2016 election campaign, Donald Trump recruited the hard-liners among Cuban expats. On Friday, the 71-year-old returned to Little Havana in Miami as the U.S. president to keep his promise: a tightening of the U.S.-Cuba policy.
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<b>“Mama always said, "Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get.””</b>
This sentence was pronounced by actor Tom Hanks in the film “Forrest Gump.” It could also be used to talk about ... Donald Trump’s Twitter account.
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The world is tired of being the collective satellite of the United States.
Obama has been a good president for the U.S. and for the rest of the world.
This measure might well be Obama’s—diplomatically harsh—farewell greeting to Netanyahu.
Lying on his political deathbed, Barack Obama acts according to the principle, “If I can’t have peace, no one will.” In any case, his decision to lift all restrictions on the supply of ammunition and weapons to the Islamic State, an organization banned in Russia, leads one to such a conclusion.
In the current state, the global economy faces new risks, and the China-U.S. relationship is filled with uncertainty.
If Obama has thus far been unable to reach an agreement with Russia on Syria, it’s unclear why Russia would cut any kind of a deal with him now.