• Trump’s diplomatic downgrade of the EU is seen as another snub… what else do vassals expect?

    Trump’s diplomatic downgrade of the EU is seen as another snub… what else do vassals expect?

    Jan 13, 2019 23:08

    The EU has been humiliated for decades by the US. But this humiliation has been multiplied since Donald Trump's coming to power. Famous journalist and columnist, Finian Cunningham, has authored a piece which sheds light to the issue. It is titled, Trump’s diplomatic downgrade of the EU is seen as another snub… what else do vassals expect?

  • Trump to Europe: You're vassals and I don't care

    Trump to Europe: You're vassals and I don't care

    Jan 11, 2019 09:20

    The US-Europe relations, especially since Trump's coming to power, have lost their previous form. This has been discussed in an article which appeared at Strategic Culture Foundation website under the title, "Trump to Europe: You're vassals and I don't care."

  • Amid global crackdown on refugees

    Amid global crackdown on refugees

    Jan 04, 2019 18:57

    The world is pulsing with hundreds of millions of people desperate to flee their homes under the weight of the crisis of world capitalism. According to a recent Gallup study, a sixth of the world’s adult population—some 750 million people, not including children—want to flee their home countries to escape war, poverty, conflict and disease.

  • European disarray looks doomed to continue

    European disarray looks doomed to continue

    Dec 17, 2018 13:23

    The unrest in France against the system of government that is spreading to other parts of the continent brings under sharper focus the flawed system of liberal democracy and may not augur well for the governments of several countries.

  • The Macron implosion- will it spread to other EU members?

    The Macron implosion- will it spread to other EU members?

    Dec 13, 2018 07:22

    Over the four weekends, hundreds of thousands were in the streets, middle class people, from students to workers to outright employees and housewives. The police force increases by every new Round – and so do the demonstrators.

  • A long time coming: Saudi-made famine in Yemen

    A long time coming: Saudi-made famine in Yemen

    Dec 11, 2018 13:47

    The world needs to act now because according to a new report by the World Food Program, Yemeni civilians are enduring a famine.

  • International Day of Disabled Persons

    International Day of Disabled Persons

    Dec 03, 2018 09:29

    The United Nations announced in 1992 that December 3 be marked every year as the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD). The goal of this announcement was to promote public awareness on different aspects of the disabled people's life. Every year this day provides the ground for further attention to the problems of the disabled by relevant authorities.

  • The New Cold War in Crimea

    The New Cold War in Crimea

    Nov 30, 2018 17:01

    With Tensions Mounting over Kerch Strait Incident, following Moscow’s seizure of three Ukrainian vessels that had ventured into Crimean waters, Will Ukraine Replace Syria as Focus for US’ Russia Containment Strategy?

  • Status of Women in the West (22)

    Status of Women in the West (22)

    Nov 19, 2018 11:08

    John Stuart Mill was one of the first western philosophers, who paid attention to women's rights. He was opposed to the views of people like Aristotle and Rousseau. Mill believed that freedom is one of the important values and clear criteria for defence of women's rights.

  • US will defeat EU army

    US will defeat EU army

    Nov 17, 2018 20:25

    The testy slap-down by US President Donald Trump to the idea of a European army was telling. Any notion of the Europeans stepping away from American "protection" would be anathema to Washington.