There are certainly many things that can be said about Donald Trump’s election.
The victory of the non-system candidate Donald Trump has directly influenced the transformation of the anti-globalization movement in the United States.
It probably sounds illogical the first time that someone hears it, but Iran should truly be thankful for Trump, and precisely for the fact that he’s slated to be so anti-Iranian.
The “war on terror” has simultaneously been a war on truth.
By now we are all too familiar with the refrains resounding from the American mainstream media that celebrated prematurely the inevitable landslide victory of Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump.
A century and a half before the French Revolution, Oliver Cromwell’s New Model Army proved that nationalist citizen militaries were superior in every way to the elite-led, essentially mercenary, armed forces of the medieval aristocracy.
The recent election of Donald Trump after Brexit, the rise of right votes in Europe, but also Syriza's electoral victory and the rise of Podemos are all manifestations of the depth of the crisis of the system of globalized neoliberalism.
The author of this article is a journalist, but also a forecasting models builder. I was one of the first and few people who forecasted Trump’s election since the beginning.
The Obama administration's policy held stubbornly to the very end, clinging to the position of the hawks in the United States with respect to the Syrian issue, without regard for facts.
Just as during the Long March under the guidance of Mao Zedong and Chou-En-Lai, or during the early days of the Russian Revolution, what was perceived by the revolutionary cadres of those epic periods was the understanding of tactical and strategi