The Democratic presidential primary race is over. Theoretically, anything is possible, but Joe Biden's victory in the struggle for the Democratic presidential nomination is already a foregone conclusion. In the March 17 primaries in the three states of Arizona, Florida and Illinois, Biden won by a landslide. The former [Read more]
[A] bipartisan consensus has been reached within the American elite regarding the issue of robbing China.
[U]nder the pretext of economic sanctions, the United States is severely restricting Iranian access to the means that are necessary to counter the new coronavirus.
No doubt the principles that have governed the world since 1945 have changed.
American free market traditions are blocking radical steps in fighting the epidemic.
However, this will be a version of Catholicism that will make both the American Catholic hierarchy and the Vatican shudder.
[S]uperdelegates will determine Trump’s opponent on Nov. 3 ... This is the main threat to U.S. democracy, not phobias, rumors and fabricated data on coronavirus and Russian hackers.
[T]he peace process in Afghanistan has only just begun ... and there is still a long way to go in negotiations regarding the country’s political future.
[M]oscow has now been formally accused of helping both Trump and Sanders ... it doesn’t matter who wins the presidential election, it’s all the same.
[W]ho are we electing if that person does not even know the name of the president of Mexico?