Democracy was once a great political feat for all of human civilization, but it has since tragically devolved into little more than a game played by political appointees.
The amount of the American debt held by [Saudi Arabia] could turn into a potential weapon.
When the U.S. president tells the Old Continent that the European adventure does not deserve to die at the beginning of the 21st century … he deserves to be listened to.
<i>The NATO countries again face the debate over increasing spending on defense.</i>
On his European tour – one of the last of his presidency – Barack Obama chose to give his hosts a piece of his mind. He brought up questions that are normally not included in the official comments of a U.S. president in his last [Read more]
<i>The British government has decided to hold an election, the EU referendum, on June 23 to decide whether the country will stay in the EU.</i>
Unlike Germany and some other continental European countries, the British citizen-society has had a longer history and is therefore more powerful. The “little government, [Read more]
<i>The relative tranquility on the domestic economic front has allowed the United States government to develop intense international activity.</i>
Thanksgiving marks the onset of the northern winter season and the beginning of the year-end festivities in the United States. It is a holiday that traces its remote [Read more]
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has apologized for mistakes made in the course of the attack on Iraq. Tony Blair said that the attack on Iraq played a significant role in the formation of the Islamic State. In an interview on CNN, he claimed it cannot be said that those who removed Saddam Hussein in 2003 bear [Read more]
<i>U.S. presidential candidate Jeb Bush drew a comparison between lazy senators and the French — and reaped outrage. It’s a good reason to have a best of America’s Euro-bashing. </i>
Anti-American statements from Europe could fill libraries. Conversely, there are also repeated abuses, polemics, or a clumsiness [Read more]
What is happening on the two main stages of Anglo-Saxon democracy these days?