[T]his crisis will not be resolved by firing several dozen missiles once a year, only to then stand idly by with crossed arms.
History shows a long list of wars that began 'by chance.'
The West has surrendered itself to the cynicism of realpolitik.
<i>I will start with the second part of the headline: Are we a second, a minute, a day away from the last war, or are we in a burly comedy of global proportions? To be clear, I mean Trump's comedy, not the CIA’s, the State Department’s, the Pentagon’s, etc.</i>
As you know, I’ve written about the various [Read more]
The cheerful message from President Donald Trump to Russia – in which he suggested that we get ready for “nice and new and ‘smart” American rockets – quite frankly, frightens one with its demonstrative light-mindedness.
It is truly scary when you understand who is in charge of what is historically the [Read more]
Unlike the situation in Iraq in 2003, an attack against Syria today carries serious risk of a war among the world powers.
[T]his is a game against Russia at the global level.