It is preferable for United States to be occasionally accused of not having practiced its values, rather than be accused of having abandoned them entirely.
The president of the United States, Donald Trump, has reached 100 days as head of the most powerful government in the world. Although it is not a very representative period, it still allows us to draw some conclusions about the route his presidency is taking. In this sense, Trump's decision to keep the trade agreement [Read more]
The path for Trump and those who support him unconditionally will not always be straightforward and agreeable.
<i>Political scientist Gilbert Doktorow on the developing international cooperation among Russia, China, and the United States.</i>
One of the most important questions which foreign policy experts are now discussing is: What will be the new world order following the loss of the American hegemony that dominated the [Read more]
Should it completely take shape — and all indications are that it will — the Trump-Putin doctrine will victimize U.S. allies.
As Stephen Hawking, one of the great thinkers of our time, wrote this week in The Guardian, we’re at the cusp of one the most dangerous eras in recent memory.
Recently, a person formerly known to us released his new book. It’s Henry Kissinger. Sure enough, this gave rise to a new round of criticism on his controversial policy while he was secretary of state during the Nixon administration.
Kissinger, who is a proponent of realpolitik, has been accused of being [Read more]