In the United States, where 80 percent of the world’s opioids are consumed, overdose deaths have now surpassed those caused by car accidents and shootings.
[C]ountries need to stop trying to affirm their places on the geopolitical chessboard through power plays that could get out of control at any moment.
We are witnessing an attempt by Pyongyang to weaken Washington’s influence over its southern neighbor.
How is it possible that someone who has been accused of being a sexual predator by dozens of women is currently holding the highest office in the United States?
Trump has very little time to avoid the uncomfortable situation of finding himself one nuclear warhead away from Kim Jong Un – he has maybe a year.
Second to Twitter, Trump’s rhetoric about trade is his most powerful weapon.
<i>Georgia will soon receive $75 million worth of man-portable air defense systems from the U.S., including fire-and-forget missiles, anti-tank missiles, and Javelin launching platforms.* How should Russia react to this? Why does the U.S. weaponize our neighbors? And what will that lead to? We discussed these points [Read more]
After a long-term evolution, American unions have mutated; they have become enormous and influential interest groups, and their negative influence on America cannot be underestimated.