In the future the role of energy will not subside. Under the various transformations that will emerge, resources will always be important for the lives of nations and their peoples. War and peace will continue to be decided on...
Democracy isn’t natural, but a free market, and an aristocratic government, are both natural. And the political reality determines the economic reality.
Some time ago, such a visit was hardly conceivable and any hope of reviving a dialog would have seemed far-fetched. The times are changing, reflecting the need to get that relationship back to normal.
It cannot be denied, from the perspective of an impartial observer, that the mainstream media is nearly always positioned to promote the government narrative on any number of significant issues, Robert Bridge writes.
What is going on in Ethiopia is more akin to a foreign-backed coup against its international independence, Finian Cunningham writes.
Pakistan suffers from US bullying and intimidation, with the “bond-strengthening” Pompeo making threats about what might happen as a result of a loan to Pakistan by the International Monetary Fund.
Actors have traditionally valued the roles of playing American presidents on the big and small screens. Much of this is owed to the prestige of the American presidency.
Can Ukraine, a fragile state involved in an internal conflict, with a poor human rights record and high level of corruption, be considered a safe bet for US arms sales? Hardly so.