The presidency of Donald Trump has reached a new crisis, adding to a continuous chain of crises that have over shadowed the eight months he has spent in the White House. The events in Charlottesville, Virginia, last Saturday, which saw violent confrontations and claimed the life of a paralegal, an activist with the [Read more]
While it may be that Trump's positions may not have a major effect on trade or economic relations as a whole, they have to be generating concern on the part of many working in trade, investment and financial or money markets.
Trump's conceited nature cannot, in the end, predominate if it damages the policies and interests of America.
Will Donald Trump be impeached before his four years in the White House are complete? There are many who hope that happens, including some who are working to bring charges against the president. But U.S. constitutional experts say that impeachment would be difficult, if not impossible. Perhaps there may be a greater [Read more]
The president, in coordination with Congress, is the commander in chief and has the final say in times of peace and war.
The Gulf crisis involves an intense game of blackmail and financial warfare.
The time has come for Moscow to harvest the fruits of its Arab gamble, or at least this is what Moscow hopes.
America did not create, manage, or plan the Syrian revolution, but America attempted to exploit the revolution from every side.
The Syrian crisis has been outsourced to Vladimir Putin, who audaciously volunteered men and material to do what Obama and his Western allies have abstained from doing.