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Is Biden getting ready to call it quits?

Joe Biden’s approval rating, which basically denotes whether or not the incumbent president is seen as successful or not by the public, has slipped to a fresh low. In the presidential elections, not only is the future leader of the country elected, b... more

Joe Biden’s jostle with Jerusalem

During his one-term presidency, Donald Trump had withdrawn the U.S. from the Iran Nuclear Deal and, furthermore, imposed sanctions against Tehran. Trump was under the illusion that “maximum pressure” on Iran would lead to regime change in the country... more

Does any Republican stand a chance against Trump in 2024?

When Donald Trump became president he withdrew the U.S. from the Paris Climate Agreement, which current American leader Joe Biden reversed. Now, the Biden administration made certain commitments at the summit in Glasgow to combat climate change. Alth... more

Isn’t it ironic that the US is hosting a 'democracy' summit?

American investigative journalist Greg Palast is the author of “The Best Democracy Money Can Buy,” which was published in 2002 and later adapted into a documentary called the Bush Family Fortunes. As for the country he means, there is no doubt that i... more

Is a second American civil war on the horizon?

The United States experienced a ghastly civil war that lasted between 1861 and 1865. It is estimated that 750,000 people perished in this war, in which states that wanted to secede clashed against those that were pro-Union. Although the Unionists won... more

The biggest cover-up in American history

The fight against climate change is a bit “too little, too late.” One of the most significant reasons being: politics. The state-governing elites considered global warming not as a “fact” but a “theory” or “hypothesis.” Most politicians couldn’t give... more

Who will foot the bill for cleaning the Earth’s atmosphere?

A summit is being held in Glasgow, Scotland, to assess progress made so far in the fight against climate change. The summit, which begins today, will last 12 days. Again, promises and commitments will be made on paper. It has been like that for ... more

What do Biden and Bush have in common?

Last week, President Joe Biden took everyone by surprise when he said that the U.S. would defend Taiwan if China launched an attack. “We have a commitment to do that," he added. However, the U.S. has no official commitment to militarily defend Taiwan... more

Where is the US-China rivalry in the Indo-Pacific heading?

The Biden administration has set its sights and focused its military strategy on the Indo-Pacific region. This move is rooted in the view that China is the most serious competitor to the United States both militarily and economically. The recent... more

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