Take a look at the U.S. stock market. It has lost almost 1900 points since last Friday–i.e., four straight down days. That is just for starters. Check out these recent headlines:
The United States has the ability to pursue broad measures to exert pressure on other countries, not only through bilateral relations, but also through controlled international organisations such as the IMF and the World Bank. Although this violat
Americans are fervently cheering for Ukraine in a war that many believe is a decisive struggle for human freedom. The intensity of our infatuation makes it easy to assume that everyone in the world shares it. They don’t.
Immediately after the revolution in 1959, Cuba faced unprecedented pressure from the United States. In the early years, attempts at military aggression were carried out and planned, but after the deployment of Soviet missiles in 1962 and the prese
This is what the White House spokes idiot Jen Psaki describes as “wrecking” the Russian economy:
We like Sen. John Kennedy.
Jared Kushner and his allies from the Trump administration recently founded an organization called the Abraham Accords Institute, named after the September 2020 agreement that established diplomatic ties between Israel and Sudan, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Morocco. They lauded the agreement as “the dawn of a new Middle East,” but the continued destruction of Yemen and this week’s violence in Jerusalem and Gaza are just a few examples of how these lofty claims fell short.
The Cold War is back. Many analysts imagine a new twilight struggle against the People’s Republic of China.