<i>The trade war between the U.S. and China falls within the current transition of power in the international system. No one doubts we’re witnessing the decline of the dominant power (the U.S.) and the ascent of the second-class powers (China, Russia and maybe India).</i>
Harvard University Professor Graham [Read more]
<i>After three days of work it was definitely proven that the Group of Seven leading industrial nations has become practically useless. Once again, the divisions between Donald Trump and the others were so clear and notable.</i>
The question of whether the international economy is or is not on the road to a [Read more]
Trump is a responsible party in this weekend’s slaughter.
We are passive witnesses to an unprecedented humanitarian crisis, in which the so-called international community does not have, or want to have, any response.
Trump, the heretic-in-chief, does not respect the most ... fundamental principles and norms of the liberal consensus that was forged ... in the West after 1945.
What is presented as a commercial war is ... one of the stages upon which the emergence of a new global order is being played.
[I]t is hard to see someone like Trump elevated to a champion and freedom advocate, but it is worse to shut our eyes regarding what Huawei might mean.
It is not difficult to conclude that the defense of Venezuelan democracy is not at stake. What is at stake is Venezuela’s oil.
So why is Trump obsessed with the wall? Because the wall has become a metaphor for his administration.
Behind this scorn for parliaments there is an inconvenient fact that national populists have tried to hide behind their rhetoric: their contempt for people and their vote.