Now when [Trump] is a heartbeat away from becoming the president of the U.S., we have to start to treat him seriously as a danger to global security.
<i>Although the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia was far more spectacular than the same event organized by Republicans in Cleveland, it is difficult to say if it has improved Hillary Clinton’s chances in her duel with Donald Trump.</i>
Not only did all of the Democratic leaders come to Philadelphia, [Read more]
“Pax Americana” is based on strong involvement by the U.S. in maintaining world peace ... Trump’s words signal a retreat from that commitment.
Donald Trump presented a dim and horrifying future of the United States and the world.
The right to possess the SIG MCX is neither a cannon of civil rights nor human rights.
A lunatic with nuclear warheads at his fingertips, confident he's capable of solving every international issue, would be a nightmare.
<i>“U.S. president agrees to the ‘defense of every NATO ally.’” The eastern NATO nations are pleased about the signal to Russia. Moscow counters that the alliance is only imagining a threat.</i>
Warsaw. They were clear words that President Obama had ready for his allies before his departure from the NATO [Read more]
It bears certain irony that today Hillary Clinton has to convince the more radical part of the electorate that indeed she is a feminist.
Trump earned his defeat [in Wisconsin] with a series of blunders.
America cannot stand Hillary Clinton because she is a woman that does not know where she belongs.