London is betting that the EU will continue to blink and make concessions in order to avoid creating conflict in Ireland, Finian Cunningham writes.
Whether we are looking at religious sects masquerading as Christian or Muslim fronts, or Asian scientology-esque Falun Gong cults Xi Jinping has some messy problems to deal with both within China and abroad.
Biden’s foreign policy is surprising, while his domestic policy, which is much easier to control, is completely in line with what we would expect. Millions of Americans are going to get the LGBTGreat Reset that they voted for.
The myth of America trudges on with some new labels attached but otherwise pretty much the same, Philip Giraldi writes.
With a court system more interested in the rights of criminals than the victims, the United States can expect the crime wave to continue unabated.
With nothing to hold governments or the UN accountable, protection remains elusive when juxtaposed against the reassurance of neoliberal profit.
The travesty of justice must end if the United States has any hope of remaining a free and democratic sovereign state, Robert Bridge writes.
Does Europe possess the energy and the humility to look itself in the mirror, and re-position itself diplomatically?