Americans are desperately clinging to the concept of their own exceptional leadership, but in reality they are not in a condition to offer the world anything besides threats and sanctions.
With his call to action, Trump is also setting a new standard for quality of life.
How the policy line of the U.S. president became the main disappointment of the year.
<i>Military expert Anton Lavrov talks about how the U.S. decision to supply Kiev with lethal weapons will change the situation in Ukraine.</i>
The Trump administration’s approval of supplying the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense with large-scale sniper rifles – Barrett M107A1s – will become a precursor to further [Read more]
[T]he U.S. isn’t going to retreat and give up its hegemony ... it appears it's set its sights on creating a military alliance of the U.S., Japan, India and Australia to contain China.
It displays its power as the strongest, but is not willing to cooperate with other countries. Will the world follow such a country?
President Trump has announced the publication of the “National Security Strategy,” the first for his administration. It is an important document that comprehensively outlines the [Read more]
<i>The television debate referenced below took place during the November visit of Czech Premier Milos Zeman to Sochi, Moscow and Yekaterinburg. The current interviewee, Doubrava, is a senator for the Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia; his opponent in the debate was Frantisek Bublan of the Czech Party of Social [Read more]
The security strategy signals a return to an era of great-power rivalry, a vacation from which, having lasted three decades, has come to an end.
[A]lternating bromance and harsh criticism is not necessarily going to make the U.S. president credible in the eyes of China and Russia.