As the US Presidential election gets going with early indications that there are two clear front-runners for the Democrats and up to five on the Republican side, what difference does it make who wins because the ranks of the lobbies will close like a vice around the first past the post? In the US pack of cards, the Great American Dream is a bluff.
issinger is an outstanding figure in the American politics. The Bushes come and go, but people like Henry Kissinger stay. Such visits never happen for personal reasons. Such evens always happen for the sake of global and complicated issues, such as issues of Russian-American actions in the world, wars, global markets and revolutions
There is a question about Russia's pull out from the WTO. During three years of our membership in the WTO, the Russian budget has lost 800 billion rubles. Indirect losses are evaluated at four trillion. "We are open to dialogue and trade, but we do not want to play by someone else's rules," Communist Party leader Gennady Zyuganov said
Turkey continues building up its military presence on the border with Syria, as evidenced by photographs from reconnaissance drones. Turkey secretly deploys military hardware on the territory of Turkish military facilities. Saudi Arabia will launch a ground operation in Syria as soon as the US-led international coalition makes such a decision
Beware Washington Beltway! If the results of the second U.S. Present Twit Primary are representative of worse portents to come then the entire American conventional political apparatus should be on guard: their time at the top of the moneyed/power pyramid is over. The same can be said for all the crooked lobbyists and their lamestream media...
No one is going to start the impeachment process a few months before the elections. However, the petition is another fact to reflect the current attitude to President Obama in the United States. He was adored in 2008 and is now despised. The policy of the United States will not change when Obama leaves the White House
The Russian government is not considering an opportunity for the Russian ruble to weaken further. "This is nonsense, because the rates of the Russian ruble and other currencies depend on demand and supplies," a government spokesperson said