Is Greece to be the dumping ground of Europe?
Could this be Skripal 2.0?
This weapon carbonizes flesh
The 'Deal of the Century' is essentially means that the Palestinians surrender to the Jewish State
Between 80,000 and 100,000 Austrians took to the streets over it
How can Pompeo make Kim feel secure enough to ditch his nukes?
These companies are not going to become American companies
Europe needs to save the JCPOA for a multitude of reasons, and Iran needs its commerce with Europe
It's a rather silly claim that importing raw materials from Canada presents a threat to American security
So much for sovereignty
She has conceded much and nearly lost her handle on power
A major part of handling the Syria situation is acknowledging the Syrian government's legitimacy and right to territorial integrity
Granted, it's just an upgrade, but it's good and expensive and it represents profits for American arms makers
The US is not interested in countering the threat of terrorism if its precious NGOs can't be in on it
"We will also close ports to NGO ship refuelling activities", Salvini added.
It looks like the stage is being set for another show
The US is lacking a positive humanitarian-like image
The EU still maintains their foreign policy perspective as an extension of America's foreign policy
The bilateral deal with Greece will see Athens readmit asylum seekers
Meanwhile, how useful is NATO in the geopolitical environment of the 21st century?
Freedom and democracy are words that stick in their mouths like glue
The Russians are 'absolutely and categorically' out to tarnish his distinguished devonaire
Perhaps he should crack open a history book
Is San Francisco finding out that it is becoming an economy of, for, and by the IT industry?
How this jives with democracy is anyone's guess
They've even got video equipment on hand to record the incident so that it can be spread as part of their propaganda
The senator from Hawaii said that his state aims to have “the most powerful combination of missile interceptors and radar systems anywhere."
America operates private prison camps while Russia shows freedom and compassion
Tusk warns Europe to prepare for worst case scenarios
They hope to preserve multilateralism and mitigate the damage of Trump's trade war
International agreements and relationships are only honored as long as they are useful to America's immediate strategic interests
Because the Russians are 'highly likely' to be up to some really bad stuff
Europeans now agree that a migrant crisis faces Europe, and but can't agree on what to do about it
This is how trade wars work: fewer jobs and more expensive goods
A start towards a multilateral security arrangement totally independent of America
American isolationist policies are increasingly cutting the dollar out of major financial transactions