Tag: White House
In the annals of diplomacy, the White House official confirmation of a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing might qualify at best as a disc thrower being hit by a boomerang.
Under prevailing conditions of dysfunctional U.S. capitalism, relations with Russia are designed to, necessarily, be bad.
The myth of America trudges on with some new labels attached but otherwise pretty much the same, Philip Giraldi writes.
An ill-judged attempt to find out who is to blame for failing to predict the swift victory of the Taliban and the disintegration of Afghan government forces is masking the most significant strategic lessons of the Afghan war.