[A]merica's support for urgent amnesty and pardon in Romania ... was meant to support Dragnea, Darius Vâlcov and other criminals from all political groups.
Giuliani said that facts are just a “matter of perception.”
Yesterday, we found out that protocols between the secret service agencies and the representative justice institutions have been in place since the foundation of the National Council of Action against Corruption and Organized Crime, a body established at the time of Emil Constantinescu, and operated under his [Read more]
Washington's denunciation of the nuclear agreement with Iran pours gasoline on the regional fire. Clashes between Israel and Iran are likely to degenerate into all-out war. The move of the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem has brought the Palestinian issue back to center stage.
Meanwhile, the political rise of the Shia [Read more]
How could the "brightest power" of the last century have an approach that far surpasses the worst excesses of the Nazis?
While NATO is not a corporation, the current 28 member states, along with soon-to-join Montenegro, have clear financial responsibilities.
Donald Trump won seven of the 11 states where the Republican Party held elections yesterday for the naming of their candidate for the presidency. The so-called Super Tuesday was a good day for the rich politician who has annoyed, scared and shocked the American establishment.
Trump passed any bad luck on to his [Read more]
Donald Trump’s resounding victory in the South Carolina primary is a wake-up call that the traditional wing of the Republican Party can no longer ignore. If the Republicans don’t manage to form a coalition around Cruz or Rubio — the only ones who have a chance at stopping Trump’s ascent to the White House — [Read more]
<i>I called her America’s Tin Woman. That was in April, when she had just announced her candidacy. At the beginning of next year, she will be the Democratic Party’s candidate for the presidency of the United States.</i>
Inside her party, she has no competition. Unfortunately, I can’t find a Republican who [Read more]
The world’s largest economy brings unsettling news to the most powerful central bank in the world – the cost of labor is growing at the lowest rate in the last three decades, consumer spending is inevitably slowing down, and industrial activity is putting on the brakes. To make matters worse, Puerto Rico, which [Read more]