In the United States started the election race. And if among the Republicans no one rises more than the figure of Donald Trump, then the Democrats have their old favorite.
Donald Trump is radically different from his predecessors as president of the United States. Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama pursued a completely different economic policy, pursuing America's hegemony in other ways.
Republicans submitted to the US Congress a bill designed to end hostilities in Afghanistan, which has been going on since 2001.
In order to meet with Donald Trump, Kim Jong Un overcame half of Asia. He traveled 66 hours on his armored train, reaching the Sino-Vietnamese border, where he drove into a limousine and, accompanied by 30 cars, moved to Hanoi.
On February 27, negotiations between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un will take place. Will the leaders of the United States and the DPRK be able to reach real agreements, or will the summit in Hanoi be no more than another Trump show?
According to a report released by the US Congress, Donald Trump and his entourage have been trying to transfer nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia since 2017.
So far much of the discussion over what is driving the bizarre Trump Administration intervention into Venezuela centers around the comments of National Security Adviser John Bolton to claim it’s about oil.
Poland launched a summit with the participation of the United States, European and Arab countries. Will Trump be able to unite the EU and the Sunni countries to fight against Iran?
It is time to shout the guard and beat all the bells.