<i>Economic and military development are inseparable. Although the state of world affairs looks less than encouraging, Anders Fogh Rasmussen presents a prescription for recovery — one originating from the Cold War.</i>
The world is in flames and that is why many citizens are pessimistic about the future, says [Read more]
To sum him up in one sentence, the Champ is a distillation of American ideals of both yesterday and today.
Indeed, today no less than yesteryear, citizens who feel isolated and vulnerable see an outlet for their fears in the form of a simple solution resolving all their problems.
Paul Manafort, the Republican candidate’s main advisor, heads one of the most powerful political management companies in the country and probably the most cynical, as columnist Alain Campiotti reminds us.
For the first time, Donald Trump was using a teleprompter. He was talking about the world. With such a vast [Read more]
In comparison to Europe, the American welfare state is not generous enough.
<i>The idea of a tumultuous national convention is suddenly jolting Democrats.</i>
Just a few weeks ago, it was the Republicans who had to fear a tumultuous party convention to nominate their presidential candidate, but the situation has been fundamentally altered. Real estate mogul Donald Trump is set as the [Read more]
The real warrior is him. His fights he chooses.
<i>Barack Obama has already put forth a hesitant attempt to reduce America’s international commitments. The tone of hostility focused on globalization in the election leads one to assume that this trend will grow stronger.</i>
The wall Donald Trump wants to have built on the border between the U.S. and Mexico is [Read more]
<i>As secretary of state, the Democrat used a private server for work matters and ignored her employees’ security advice.</i>
She may have lost the last five caucuses to her Democratic rival Bernie Sanders, but Hillary Clinton still seems to be well positioned to lock up the Democratic nomination. As for facing [Read more]