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.
The Republican Party has become the most dangerous organization for the history of humanity due to its denial of climate change.
One of the questions tied to the imminent U.S. presidential election is the future of NATO. Seeing as the old Atlantic alliance will always remain a fundamental instrument of Washington’s foreign policy, the treaty is hardly a mystery, and, therefore, it is inevitably affected by the person who sits in the Oval [Read more]
You must read the interview of Barack Obama by the head of the MIT Media Lab, Joi Ito, published by the prestigious American technology magazine Wired. From our side of the Atlantic, this long discussion has a lot of surprises: the head of state masters debates that we believed were reserved to a small sphere of [Read more]