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]
In the last years of his presidency, Barack Obama has clearly displayed an unhealthy obsession with Russia. Any speech that has even a little bit to do with international relations without fail includes a reference to Russia, Moscow and Putin.
During his speech at the U.N. General Assembly, the U.S. president [Read more]
Consumers may still ask themselves if a self-driving car is really more reliable than a car with a human driver.
More than ever before, Washington is in danger of losing its way in the Middle East.
Cooperation or antagonism: Where will America and China's relationship go from here? That is the question the Group of Twenty summit made us consider.
At the G20 summit in Hangzhou, President Obama met and talked with Xi Jinping, the Chinese head of state.
The conference was the world's last look at a frank [Read more]
Perhaps at the end of 2016, someone will remember that 15 years have passed since the start of the "War on Terror" with no victory.
The U.S. president did not get the red carpet upon exiting his plane. A diplomatic hiccup that gave rise to tensions.
This weekend tension was at its highest in Hangzhou in eastern China. The country was hosting the G20, the most important and prestigious international summit ever organized by Beijing. But [Read more]