If steel and aluminum from the countries which are members of NATO are a threat to America, then ... why is the U.S. still in the organization at all?
[T]he ball is in Trump’s court and now it is his turn. He may either strike out and toss the negotiations in the trash, or pass the ball to Kim’s side.
Women have put an end to the silence ... protested against being used, mistreated and humiliated ... protested against unequal salaries and rights. They have stood up for their own dignity.
<i>If Kim had his grandfather’s imagination and could find the time, he could come to Europe by train. There are a couple arguments in favor of his coming to Warsaw.</i>
In the next couple of weeks, a meeting between the North Korean leader and the president of the United States is to take place. Only then will [Read more]
[B]ecause of [Trump], although it will actually work against him, the world is going to know what Russia really is.
Mueller is extremely hard-working, and he has already charged a couple of former Trump associates with criminal offenses. [...] Who knows what they are willing to say to his investigators?
Ivanka, who supports his administration and plays an active role as an adviser, is a part of Trump’s problem.
Access to the most protected state secrets despite not having any experience in the field as well as being suspected of conflicts of interest could be normal in Poland under the Law and Justice Party but definitely does not meet American standards.
Trump, for either personal or political reasons, has been strongly involved in protests against the right to abortion.
In the event of a nuclear conflict with Russia, will America jeopardize its own safety to defend its allies from the Old Continent?