While the empty, self-indulgent rhetoric was ringing out, one couldn’t help but recall some of the most glaring contemporary contradictions that were blocked out with awesome Orwellian efficiency.
The prospects of “unworthy” Iraqi victims in the provinces of Nineveh, Kirkuk, Salahuddin and Anbar for securing the benevolent attention of Western justice are bleak, writes Stephen Karganovic.
The EII members will maintain readiness to carry out missions together independently from the United States, the EU or NATO.
Donald Trump took to Paris some “personal baggage” that strongly suggested he wanted nothing to do with Macron’s peace forum, a conference at which 70 leaders were present.
Instead of attacking Russia and other nations without any proof to substantiate the claims, the UK government would have done better by looking at itself in the mirror.
In two months the Second Pivot under Pelosi will become a Petrograd Soviet at one end of Pennsylvania Avenue, with a Provisional Government headed by Trump at the other end.
The outcome of the American midterm elections gives us an even more divided country, confirming that the United States is in the midst of a deep crisis within its establishment.
Donald Trump could use his foreign-policy freedom to boost his popularity before the 2020 presidential race. Lowering the threat of war is one sure way to gain more voters’ support.