Politicians of various levels and views need to realize that the EU should not serve the interests of the US and American elite.
The signal from the summit between Joe Biden and Xi Jinping is that a rocky year in the US-China relationship had a makeover in atmospherics.
Ukraine’s socio-economic and political problems are rapidly approaching crisis proportions and can only sustainably be resolved by freezing the conflict.
One of the oddest thoughts to have crept its way into the Christian mind is the notion of what is “necessary to salvation.”
In the U.S.-and-allied world, the publics constantly hear that their own country is a democracy but that China and Russia are dictatorships.
The global environmental organizations, including WWF and Greenpeace, show no activity in the fight against the ConocoPhillips Willow project in Alaska.
The amount, strength, and length of current military disputes worldwide have hit their highest levels since the Cold War.
Anglo-Saxon strategists develop their foreign policy following their doctrines, and it is clear why the US is interested in Africa.
Presidents Xi and Biden met for the first time in a year on Wednesday at the Asia-Pacific Economic Conference (APEC) in San Francisco.
The US is sending Defense Ministry staff to Kyiv officially. Inspector-General will set up a team to review the expenditure of funds on the armed forces.
The grand strategic goal is first and foremost to pioneer a viable alternative to the Malacca Strait, though ideally with the supplementary goal of getting China and the US to jointly cooperate on this in order to accelerate the incipient thawing of their tensions.
The cruel fate that awaits Ukraine may turn out to be far worse than what Iraq and Afghanistan experienced.