It is worth noting that the UK had approached both the US and Cuba to assist the MS Braemar, but it was the tiny island nation under decades of economic embargo who answered the call ...
[W]hile there are many months left until the election ... the Trump campaign is experiencing what must be a much-appreciated uptick in approval ratings at exactly the right time.
There is no question that Trump is now emboldened to abuse his power again, and that means the House of Representatives will need to exercise its oversight powers aggressively to curb potential abuses.
While the US has imposed some of the toughest anti-money laundering laws on banks, there is no federal law forcing accountants to vet potential clients or report on suspicious activity to law enforcement agencies.
Many of us tend to see him as an aberration in the U.S. democratic experiment ... and sincerely hope he will either be impeached or lose the upcoming U.S. presidential election.
However, the Iranian regime wants to preserve itself in power and, therefore, does not want to be fighting US forces on its own soil. This does not mean tensions in the region will end anytime soon though.
[A]ccording to unnamed sources quoted in the U.S. media, this was ... merely an attempt by Trump to prevent stock markets from falling.
The United States pursues unilateralism and manipulates hegemonic acts. It has no moral sense, nor does it abide by international justice and norms.
The fundamental difference between America and China is what Henry Kissinger describes their exceptionalism.
How could the United States elect Donald Trump as president, and how could they not immediately remove him from office?