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.
This outcome was reached in such a convoluted, contentious and highly dubious way that it will leave the American people more divided than ever.
If Joe Biden wins the election, we face an unprecedented situation in U.S. and global affairs since the beginning of the Atomic Age in 1945-49.
Donald Trump learned his lesson to appear gentlemanly before a national audience at long last. But too late.
You may love Biden or loathe him, but only a blind fool should underestimate him in the political arena.
It is horrifying to set the words of Ernie Pyle alongside those of Mark Esper and to understand how far we have come – and it has been downhill all the way.
Voting patterns and preferences harden after the two summer conventions and except for the most radical circumstances, major shifts are unlikely to occur until almost the end of the campaign.
But today, the leaders of the West have totally repressed the dangers of thermonuclear Armageddon.
In 1901, there was a political coup d’etat in the United States that transformed the world and nobody noticed.
No issues were ever debated in Milwaukee. The proud Democrats followed the script of Republican Nixon in 1968. They refused to debate anything.
There is no mystery or dark secret in Harris’s background. Instead the ironies and paradoxes, while thick on the ground have always been in plain sight.