[T]he United States, under Donald Trump, makes little effort to hide its disdain for Great Britain.
Nothing prevents [his presidency] from surviving, even if it is a government that shows a particularly dangerous contempt for the rule of law.
News of the Iranian fleet’s arrival in the Gulf of Mexico clearly has the flavor of a political and media response to the latest tensions regarding Iran, especially in the Persian Gulf.
The symphony of horror comes from the implicit mockery of the individual's dignity—though he be the assassin of an 18-year-old—chained to a delayed death because of an executioner’s clumsiness.
The scandal is a factual, metaphorical and timely clone of Watergate.
<i>Trump retweeted three videos containing anti-Muslim content, sparking criticism from the British prime minister who was later blasted by the U.S. president.</i>
On Wednesday this week, U.S. President Donald Trump retweeted videos containing anti-Muslim content that had been posted on Twitter by a British [Read more]
We are on the threshold of raising the number of people residing in the U.S. without documented status.
In the space of a few days, Moore, 70, has become politically contaminated; hardly any Republican still dares to support his campaign.
If there is a region in the world where tensions could lead to conflicts with terrible consequences, it is the Middle East. Washington, the principal ally of Saudi Arabia and Israel, and Moscow, ally of Iran and Syria, should act soon to lessen the tension.