As Spain can confirm, the United States is still, under the leadership of Obama, a demanding but respectful and loyal partner.
While John Kerry will fly through Kiev, it looks like his boss, President Obama, is making his farewell European tour by visiting the NATO Summit in Warsaw. It is a strange feeling to see Obama, in the second term of his presidency, in Warsaw, only an hour’s flight away from Ukraine, but without Ukraine on his route. [Read more]
North Korea will take as a major insult the U.S. branding of Chairman Kim — the [people's] supreme leader — as a perpetrator of human rights abuses.
<i>The Supreme Court is blocking one of the main projects that the president hoped would be his political legacy.</i>
On Thursday, June 23, in the final stretch of his second term, President Barack Obama’s program of reforms suffered a serious setback. The Supreme Court of the United States has effectively blocked [Read more]
Where is the moral superiority when those who were left out have no arguments and merely hurl insults and hostilities and hold grudges?
Followers of Trump and Obama do have one thing in common: the idea of change.
<i>People in Washington reacted with concern to Brexit. Relations with Great Britain, as well as with the European Union, will be more complicated for the U.S. In domestic politics, the decision of the British could indeed benefit one person.</i>
Reactions in the U.S. can be summarized with one question: What does [Read more]
There is no greater loser in this incident than the domestic counterterrorist system which the government has presented with pride.
It is the U.S. that bears the responsibility for the further destruction of the European economy, which was already in deep crisis.
Despite the executive order issued by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo at the beginning of this month, which demanded the withdrawal of investments from companies that support the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Movement, this step does not reflect the general policy of the United States. There is a transformation in [Read more]