Why a Democratic President, if elected, will be able to change very little in the U.S.
A personal reflection on political principles and responsibilities.
Are the warmongers in the U.S. faking attacks from supposed Iranian sources? The lessons of the Vietnam War provide a clear warning.
Under Donald Trump, the times when U.S. administrations acted as a force for global good are fast becoming a faint memory.
A better safety net for Americans is the issue that should be addressed with at least as much vigor as tariffs on Chinese goods.
Why does the sitting U.S. President continue to praise Putin and show him great signs of deference?
Despite Trump’s apparent obsession with German cars and the German trade surplus, political support in the U.S. for a trade war against the EU is much weaker than for getting tough on China.
Look for significant noise, but not for a genuine trade war across the Atlantic.
Robert Mueller’s clear-cut warning to everyone who cares about democracy.