French President Emmanuel Macron’s restrictive stance on EU membership for the Western Balkans injects a much-needed dose of realism into EU affairs.
Michael Bloomberg’s best sales argument for the November 2020 U.S. presidential election is twofold: First, he is everything that Trump is not. And second, like Trump, he is focused on domestic issues.
In the latest case of self-flagellation, the ever more twisted German left, in its filter bubble, now accuses Der Spiegel for an anti-Chinese racist cover.
The images from the Sydney skyline are so indelible not because the city is located in the developed world, but because they represent the front gates of hell.
Ai Weiwei engages in the very same racial stereotyping about Germany that he complains, with very thin, if not contrived proof the Germans exhibited toward him.
The shortsightedness of the United States in allowing arms production facilities in Saudi Arabia and the UAE is unbelievable.
Clothes making can provide deep insights into both the character of global leaders and commercial realities.
The Russian President aims at staying in power forever. Who are his role models?
The two messages from the Iranian people to their leaders: First, for all your gloating about Iran’s nuclear arsenal, nobody can eat nuclear weapons. Second, we want a different future.