During his 24 years as a senior foreign correspondent for The Washington Times and United Press International, Martin Sieff reported from more than 70 nations and covered 12 wars. He has specialized in US and global economic issues.
Change is coming in both Ottawa and Dublin, and its repercussions will be felt in Washington and London as well – very soon.
Protecting the Union in its drive to abolish slavery against the British Empire was central both to Alexander II’s moral passion and his strategic vision to defend his country.
Bolton’s extraordinary record of unrelieved fiasco, failure and stupidity as national security adviser was clear at the time and his memoir adds nothing new to or surprising to it.
What Trump needs to do to get reelected is follow the always overlooked but brilliantly successful example of America’s most underestimated president of the past century, Warren Gamaliel Harding.
The military dynamics established across Central Europe in June 1944 – that true Month of Victories – still drive our reality and shape our global destiny.
It is sheer delusion to imagine that either the President of the United States or the most eminent leaders of the Democratic Party across the nation look other than woeful in the face of this crisis.
Faced with a sure thing being handed to them for victory in November, the Democrats are still looking for ways to blow it.
The failure and futility of the supranational agencies in the Time of Pandemic is not a silence of those who were powerful, effective and brave watchdogs: It is a Silence of the Lambs.
Orwell spent more than 20 years slowly committing suicide because of the terrible crimes he committed as a torturer for the British Empire in Burma.
The storm of pandemic is already heralding the storm of financial crisis. That crisis can indeed be solved, but only by abandoning the old shibboleths, the old false gods.