Former editor and writer for major news media organizations. He has written extensively on international affairs, with articles published in several languages
The unrelenting hard-heartedness of Washington based on self-righteousness is frightening in the scale of its hubris and hypocrisy.
The decision to go-ahead with NATO’s biggest-ever war games in Europe at a time of heightened fears over the coronavirus sure raises questions about the military alliance’s stated purpose of maintaining security.
The Trump administration has weighed in to back Egypt in its long-running dispute with Ethiopia over a crucial hydroelectric dam about to come into operation.
He knows that if a military escalation occurred, his forces would be left out to hang and dry by its supposed NATO partner.
Making a part of Britain’s United Kingdom subject to ongoing EU regulations rankles the Brexiteers and their vision of total freedom from Brussels.
NATO powers are moving to rescue their terror proxies by either giving them military cover or trying to cut some slack through ceasefire negotiations
It would seem rather surprising therefore that a mouthy maverick who has also worked as a Fox News pundit is now being given the top US intelligence portfolio.
With media tycoon Mike Bloomberg entering the presidential race, U.S. “democracy” can be seen for what it is: it’s all about big money duking it out. Political parties are now manifestly irrelevant.
There is good reason to believe that the rationale for the obliteration of Dresden was for one rather sinister reason. It wasn’t so much an act of terror aimed at Nazi Germany, but rather a show of maniacal power to the Soviet Union.
There is no sign that the corrupt Democratic hierarchy has learnt anything about their flawed concept of centrism. To win an election, what is needed is a politician who speaks to people’s grievances and passions.