[T]he top priority for the majority of Americans is health care, regardless of their age, party affiliations, ethnicity or race.
Iran continues to wage (a losing battle) despite economic woes for the sake of what it calls a resistance economy.
Trump would prefer a vase, but knowing Kim, who loves toying with some military hardware, a nuclear capable missile cannot be ruled out.
[T]his force reminds the world of what was dubbed the 'Star Wars' program of the 80s when then President Ronald Reagan considered deploying missiles in space.
The effects of this Asian renaissance have reached every corner of the globe, impacting economics, business and culture; no one in the West or East is exempt from Asian influence.
After the second Knesset elections, Trump openly declared that he had no contact with Netanyahu and played down the latter’s importance to the Washington-Tel Aviv alliance.
In taking this path, Democrats may be remembered for being on the wrong side of history. It is difficult to imagine how their victory will be anything but pyrrhic.
The decisive factor for the Republicans is Trump’s popularity, not in terms of general public opinion, but among Republican voters.
The US faces complex foreign policy questions in Middle East. There are no easy answers, but generally, the US should denounce any human rights abuses or blatant attempts to silence protesters.
[I]t is obvious that Democrats have failed in their attempts to damage Trump.