Only 100 years ago the world was dragged into a serious war that went on for 4 years. The ambitions of European politicians thrust the world into an irreversible conflict in 3 weeks. WWI led to deaths of 20 million people. WWII claimed 50 million lives. A potential world war in the 21st century would likely claim several hundred millions of lives
Donald Trump's presidency may lead to highly unfavorable consequences for the European Union, a report prepared by the The Directorate-General for Internal Policies of the Union said. The report outlines a number of problems that may emerge in the relations between Brussels and Washington. Trump will try to bring Moscow back in the Group of Seven
Several experts all over the world state that the global scenario today is more troubling than at any point in the Cold War. This is what the renowned American Historian Peter Kuznick believes. too, who also points out that the risk of nuclear confrontation are the most serious in decades, comparable to the highly tense years 1953 and 1949.
It is not Russia that poses a threat to Western countries. It is the people of the West, who vote and opt for those, who remind them of Putin and his aspiration to work for the people and protect them from the threat of Islamism. European and American paranoid politicians can see the threat of "Russian aggression" anywhere
Several US activist groups, including such organizations as DisruptJ20 and Black Lives Matter, intend to disrupt the inauguration of US President-elect Donald Trump. They are going to block the work of 12 checkpoints that will be installed around Capitol Hill and along the parade route on Pennsylvania Avenue, not to let other people pass
The Parliament of Venezuela has deprived President Nicolas Maduro of presidential powers illegally, similarly to the Ukrainian scenario. Not that long ago, outgoing US President Barack Obama declared Venezuela "an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign policy of the United States"
The story about the compromising information that the Kremlin has allegedly collected about Donald Trump looks increasingly absurd. The FBI announced that it had evidence to prove that the new US President was Putin's agent. The body of evidence on the subject is based on a video footage that shows Donald Trump in a company of prostitutes
The Americans, who voted for their first black President Barack Obama eight years ago, were following their illusions throughout eight years of his presidency. It appears that those people reelected Obama to delay the moment of self-insight for a few more years. Obama messed up both his 2009 and 2013 Oath of Office. Was it a sign?
Donald Trump has promised to bring to life the most ambitious shipbuilding program that the United States has seen since the times of Ronald Reagan. The new American president, unlike his predecessor Barack Obama, who cut naval costs, intends to build as many as 70 new warships, including nuclear submarines
Mário Soares, ex-Prime Minister and President of Portugal, a major figure in the fight for transition from the Estado Novo, or New State, regime to full parliamentary democracy, has died in Lisbon aged ninety-two. He had been on a life-support machine since mid-December.
The CIA, the NSA and the FBI published a joint report on Russia's intervention in the recent presidential election in the USA. It is assumed that the authors of the report answered a question about the degree of Russia's influence on public opinion in the USA. A significant part of the report is devoted to the activities of Russian mass media...
Now President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines is demonized and 'mistrusted', ridiculed and dismissed as a demagogue, condemned as a rough element, mocked as a buffoon. In his own country he is enjoying the highest popularity rating of any president in its history: at least well over 70 percent, but often even over 80 percent.
The people of Brazil and Argentina begin to realize that their new governments have not justified their hopes. Living standards in the two countries continue worsening, and there is no bright future ahead. In 2017, Argentina will hold parliamentary elections, while the people of Brazil will go to the polls to elect their new president in 2018