The US will withdraw from NATO... at the opportune moment
Donald Trump's warning that when he returns to the White House he will not send troops to defend European NATO countries in the event of a hypothetical Russian attack has caused consternation among transatlantic allies. This heretical statement can be found to have a troubling subtext.
Biden crossed a "red line" in relations with Iran and the U.S. Congress
On the night of February 3, the U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) reported airstrikes using 125 precision-guided munitions against 85 targets in Iraq and Syria.
U.S.: The economy is recovering, but pie-sharing is getting tougher
To what extent will the topic of the health or malaise of the national economy, with its projection to earnings and incomes that determine household purchasing power, prove to be a priority during the election battles of the contenders for the White House?
Migration issue could finally mess up the United States
Border guards in Tucson, the fastest growing metropolis in the US state of Arizona, are having a tough time.
The U.S. has wondered: What went wrong with the "anti-Russia" project?
The number of critical statements by American politicians and observers about the need to rethink expectations from NATO's war against Russia on Ukrainian territory is growing by leaps and bounds.
Kamala Harris will inherit the White House in case of Biden's resignation
Although 49% of voters are critical of her, this is an absolute anti-record.