Just about everyone was curious as to what President Trump would do in his first 100 days. Many critiques have been made in the press and talk programs all over the world. President Trump initiated his presidency by immediately signing several executive orders one of which is a suspension of visas from seven Muslims countries
A spokesman for US President Sean Spicer said that Donald Trump aims to have a "deal" with Russia to combat terrorism and solve a number of economic issues. US President Advisor Stephen Bannon delivered a "hostile" signal from the White House to the European Union during a "secret" meeting with the German ambassador to the United States
Does Russia have to pay attention to Donald Trump's recent remarks about the need to return the Crimea to Ukraine? When is the new US administration going to develop real politics? What were the reasons behind the resignation of Michael Flynn? For the time being, the general direction of Trump's policy remains as it was
The Pentagon "may recommend" President Trump to send US ground troops to Syria. It already becomes clear that the new US administration is willing to "test its strength" in the Middle East. The statement from the Pentagon was made soon after first official talks between US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
It does not look like Trump wants the Third World War to break out, does it? Has the United States recognized the Turkey-occupied Northern Cyprus? Has the USA ever apologized for annexing territories in the last 200 years? Have the Americans apologized for Yugoslaiva? Crimea is Russia, it is not a bargaining chip for Russia and the USA
National Security Advisor to US president, Michael Flynn, has resigned. The official acknowledged that he misled Vice President Pence and other top officials of the White House about his conversations with the Russian ambassador to the United States. Reportedly, Flynn was fired because he thanked Russia for not expelling US diplomats from Moscow
During the first weeks of his presidency, Donald Trump has very clearly outlined basic contours of his foreign policy. It is clear, at least, whom Trump considers closest partners and allies of the United States - the UK, Japan and Israel. These countries will apparently be included in the Trump camp
It has been three weeks since the inauguration of the 45th president of the United States. During these weeks, Donald Trump has signed a few decrees that have put the country literally on its hind legs. He has completely changed the social policy of the state and radically revised Washington's course in foreign policy
Is the United States of America degrading and falling apart? Will Donald Trump be able to stop the collapse of the country? Will his opponents - global financial elites - be able to initiate a civil war? Trump aims to attack the Rothschilds by supporting the Rockefellers. However, the Rothschilds maintain very friendly relations with China
Prior to the EU Summit on Malta that opened on February 3, President of the European Council Donald Tusk published a depressing open letter to the heads of EU countries. In a nutshell, Tusk wrote that Europe was surrounded by threats, and its unity was in question. Donald Tusk, may well be considered one of the most honest European leaders
The West considers any form of criticism of Islam as Islamophobia at the time when many followers of this religion commit most terrible crimes in the streets of Western cities. Terrorists rape, stab, decapitate, explode people, plow trucks into crowds and glorify Allah. What do Western governments do in response?
Donald Trump signed the decree about the USA's pullout from the TPP agreement with Australia, New Zealand, Japan and eight other countries in the Pacific region. Trump has thus kept his promise that he made before taking office. Experts assume that the USA's withdrawal from the TPP will trigger the domino effect for regional free trade agreements
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.