September 25, 2013 In 2013 when Mr. Obama was president I learned that limits of power has been a central notion of debate among the West’s writers and thinkers. In a 2010 article from the Economist entitled “Limits of Power” and a Mar 23, 2011 article published by the Cato Institute headed “Understanding the Limits … More America’s Limits of Power
Today’s Drudge Report has a link to AXIOS with the header: “Michael Cohen privately questions Trump’s fitness to be president” </div Nice picture though
…The talks are fluid, and Trump has shown a willingness to veer between extremes in how he interacts with Beijing. But Trump said Sunday on Twitter that he wanted federal regulators to take the unusual step of relaxing penalties on ZTE, even though the Chinese company has been accused of illicitly shipping goods to North … More A “bargaining chip”
I’ve been trying to get the latest online opinion about the Macron-Trump relationship and Mr Macron’s claim that he talked Mr. Trump into staying in Syria and presumably using the U.S.A’s military equipment to bomb Syria. Today’s date April 16, 2018 is on the Macron CNN quote below. I first saw the quote yesterday the … More Does anyone care?
When the lands of Abraham were made into smaller morsels for reasons lost to politics and punditry Blind to Britain’s colonial ambitions: its mandate in Mosel, lovers of peace called Prime Minister Blair Bush’s poodle. Burdened now by parodies of personality: in shackles for the colour of his skin, the style of his hair, the … More
For those aware only of the USA’s, France’s and England’s tearful reaction to Syria’s alleged chemical assault of opponents, Macron’s efforts in directing Mr. Trump’s anger should permit a rational analysis of US policy in Syria and the Middle East. For despite its loss of its colonial mandate to Syrian independence, France likely still has … More Keeping up with the …
Since no one on television or online has given an adequate explanation for why the president decided to retaliate against Syria for its alleged chemical attack on its own people ( like Mr. S. Hussain who provoked the invasion of his country, by gassing his own people [ Iraqi Kurds], I’ve decided without expertise to … More What will England and France do?