Since the 1928 Red Line Agreement between British and French and American oil majors to divide the oil riches of the post-World War I Middle East, petroleum or more precisely, control of petroleum has constituted the thin-red-line of modern geopol
The degree of tension in the international arena is not decreasing. Iran's leader Hasan Rouhani has recently made a loud statement.
Christian Michel has posed the question: “Is pacifism not only inept, but also morally abhorrent (evil everywhere should always be fought)?”
U.S. President Donald Trump has taken two seemingly incongruous actions with respect to Iran.
To keep company with Vladimir Putin, if he decides to run for the fourth term, Angela Merkel needs to win in the general parliamentary elections, however, no one doubts that her new term will be the most difficult of all.
The US president "fully supports" the new anti-Russian sanctions, he is embarrassed only by the fact that in order to implement them, his own power can be restricted and he can become a hostage of “gentry” and his own parliament.
After Obama administration expelled 35 Russian diplomats from the United States and seized the diplomaticproperty of the embassy, the United Statesare about to reach their goal: they will completely break bilateral relations, but Russia has no cho
July 7-8 in Hamburg will host the G20 summit. This event is one of the most important foreign policy events of the year, where the heads of 19 leading countries of the world and the European Union meet, which account for 2/3 of the world population and about 80% of world GDP.
The present summit promises to become the most difficult and controversial in the history of such meetings. In addition, during the talks a separate meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump is planned.
The tenure of Angela Merkel as Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany has been a disaster for her country and for Europe. That’s why it’s a refreshing change finally to have an issue where it is possible to agree with her.
I have been asked to explain our present mess, and how the country is to be saved. I will begin with the easier, and perhaps the more cheerful, part of this question.