Donald Trump

  • The Guardian of the Liberal World Order

    by - Aug 18, 2017
    By Ana Palacio MADRID – The global financial crisis, which began ten years ago this month, showed that the Western-led rules-based international order’s long-term survival is not inevitable. It is often assumed that if and when the United...
  • Charlottesville, Donald Trump, and the dark side of American populism

    by - Aug 16, 2017
    Todd Landman, University of Nottingham Charlottesville, Virginia is home to the University of Virginia, founded by Thomas Jefferson; he was a slave owner, but today stands as a symbol of the US’s egalitarian ethos and political...
  • A Dangerous Game of Chicken

    by - Aug 15, 2017
    By Yoon Young-kwan SEOUL – So far, the war between US President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un over the latter’s nuclear program has been fought only in words. But each turn of the...
  • Latin America rejects US military threat in Venezuela

    by - Aug 15, 2017
    Several Latin American nations have come out strongly against US President Donald Trump’s threat of military intervention to solve the ongoing political crisis in Venezuela. In surprise comments on Friday, Trump asserted a “military option” could...
  • Rights Group Blames Trump as Holocaust Memorial Smashed

    by - Aug 15, 2017
    A civil rights group has accused President Donald Trump of creating an “incubator of hate” after a Holocaust memorial in Boston was vandalized for the second time in two months on Monday. Police in Boston arrested...
  • Pence tries to soften Trump’s threat of military action in Venezuela

    by - Aug 14, 2017
    WASHINGTON — Cast once again in the role of interpreter of President Trump’s comments, Vice President Mike Pence is touring Latin America and attempting to dispel his boss’ threat of military action against Venezuela. Trump on...
  • Can South Korea Save the Day?

    by - Aug 14, 2017
    By Katharine H.S. Moon CAMBRIDGE – As North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump’s war of words escalates, Independence Day celebrations – commemorating the Korean Peninsula’s 1945 liberation from Japanese colonial rule – are...
  • Despite White House Chaos, Trump Delivers Favors for Corporate America

    by - Aug 12, 2017
     By Robert Weissman The Trump administration may be dazed and confused about many things, but not about its corporate agenda. From Scaramucci to Spicer, from Kelly to Kushner, one thing doesn’t change at Donald Trump’s chaotic White...

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Trinity Cathedral (17th century) in the city of Chernihiv Ukraine