[T]he U.S. is not even trying to conceal the fact that the conflict over recognizing the Armenian genocide is essentially a political issue.
Trump’s image on the domestic political scene was severely shaken, and some kind of event was urgently needed to neutralize the foul aftertaste of treachery.
[B]y 2022, the special operations forces intend to be able to effectively carry out counterterrorist operations of any scale.
[T]he dynamics of American indices favor the growth of stock market optimism in other countries, including Russia.
[W]e have repeatedly witnessed initially inexplicable zigzags in the negotiation process that swing back and forth.
<i>However, they postponed discussions of the most contentious issues.</i>
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[W]ith the threat of impeachment looming over the U.S. president, the Chinese believe that now is the time to launch a counterattack.
[T]he political chaos that is enveloping America could severely damage the interests of absolutely every country on earth.
[T]here are compelling reasons to see that America is in decline and is withdrawing from its position as world leader.