Syria: Did the United States, the United Kingdom, and France actually accomplish the mission?

Although the coalition that attacked Syria ensures a resounding success in the military attack, for Russia and the regime of Bashar al Assad the aggression was not devastating

The 3 reasons why Kim Jon-un would deliver his favorite atomic toys

Experts speculate that the Korean Peninsula will be disarmed in exchange for the US to do it and reduce its military presence in South Korea

Syria: What role have the Kurds played in the war?

The attacks perpetuated against the civilian population, allegedly with chemical weapons, are a reminder that this civil war is far from being over

Doubts in the EU: Hungary strengthens its nationalism

With the re-election of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, the European country will strengthen its anti-immigration policies

Summit of the two Koreas: Pacification, military continuity, or denuclearization?

This meeting aims to counteract North Korea's aggressive policy on the eve of the next meeting with the US president

Syria in the eye of the hurricane

Rescue groups and the international community blame Bashar al-Assad's regime for the chemical attack on April 7

United States: Women to power

With a record number, 40 women are candidates to the governorates of the states where they reside

Donald Trump: The militarization of the southern border of the United States?

Through an executive order, the US president asks the national guard to move to the border with Mexico to counteract illegal activities

Why the United States and more than 20 countries expel Russian diplomats?

The decision comes after the case of Sergei Skripal and was taken at a meeting of leaders of the European Union

Opiates: What are they and why does Trump demand the death penalty for its traffickers?

Every hour, 7 people die in the United States because of opioid use

United Kingdom defeated by the European Union in the Post-Brexit

Unfavorable for the United Kingdom are the conciliated measures for its exit from the European Union

France: Gaddafi a ghost chasing Sarkozy

The former French president was arrested and interrogated for the alleged financing of the Libyan government during his presidential campaign in 2007

Zuckerberg about to testify before the British Parliament and the US Congress

Facebook gets involved in the Cambridge Analytica scandal, which used a database of 50 million users without consent

Xi Jinping, green light to perpetuate himself in power

China approves the constitutional reform that allows the president to govern for the period he wishes to

Russia: Putin back to power?

According to the latest official polls, the current Russian president would have favorability of two thirds of the voters

United States: What does State Department’s change mean?

The decision would aim to build a new team to lead the talks with North Korea

Trump vs. California: migration as an subject of confrontation

With the lawsuit filed by the Department of Justice, the state is preparing for a fight that will define not only three laws but a whole federal policy

2019: The Koreas agree historic meeting for April

The Korean peninsula will have one of its the most important diplomatic meetings; the expectations are high

Will Donald Trump face Kim Jong-un?

North Korea is willing to end nuclear and missile tests if the US guarantee's the safety of Kim’s regime

New arms race between Russia and the United States?

Apparently, we are in times reminiscent of the Cold War


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