The idea of a nuclear Germany seems odd. However, simply considering it makes us realize we are at the mercy of a transition.
'There is … a dramatic contrast between the immense wealth of the few and the squalor and deprivation in which vast numbers of Americans exist.'
[I]n an age where the major world powers are putting their own countries’ interests first, we should once again think about the U.N.’s significance so that the gears of history will not turn in reverse.
President Trump is using children as a bargaining chip against representatives and senators who oppose his larger immigration reform initiatives. Should we be surprised?
[I]t’s not the first time a small Middle Eastern country has made trouble for America.
Democracy be damned, is the message. Human hearts have indeed become stone.
Russia is unable to agree with the United States and its allies about almost anything at the United Nations Security Council. Each side persists in vetoing resolutions proposed by the other. Does this mean that the U.N. has outlived its usefulness and that there’s no longer any point in its existence?