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American arrogance is as strong as ever!

Debates in the United States of America among the various wings of the Democrat Party regarding Biden’s vision for foreign policy are going strong. Be it in the Democrat Party base, or be it in its Congress group, there is a strong trend that America... more

How Afghanistan became America’s second Vietnam

The Biden Administration sent a letter to Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, saying that negotiations for a peace agreement with the Taliban could begin. The letter called for bringing the parties together for a conference sponsored by the United Nations... more

The secret bombings Trump and Biden know about but don’t tell

Both former U.S. presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump had vowed to end America’s “endless wars” that cost the country trillions of dollars. Their promises included bringing home U.S. troops from Iraq and Afghanistan. Yet both Obama and Trump fail... more

Trump won’t go gentle into that good night

Donald Trump made his first speech to the public since leaving office on Jan. 20 at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).Organized annually by the American Conservative Union (ACU), the conference is an important platform for Republica... more

Everyone in America is ‘waiting for the sun’

In “A Fragment of Future History,” a short science-fiction novel, Gabriel De Tarde one of the 19th century’s most extraordinary sociologists, predicts that the world will experience a terrible ice age in the 25th century AD. He portrays a world in wh... more

Trump is out for blood!

Former U.S. President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial in the Senate was swiftly concluded. In order for Trump to be declared guilty, 67 senators needed to vote “yes.” As it is, only 57 senators voted against him. In addition to the 50 Democrats, se... more

Biden versus the Republicans: Let the battle begin!

For the past four years, the U.S., under the Trump administration, has borne witness to the intense scuffle transpiring between Democrats and Republicans. Perhaps this four-year period has done the greatest damage yet to the two-party consensus in Am... more

Why did Trump lose?

In the U.S., it is a truth nationally acknowledged that elected presidents deserve a second term. However, it is rare for them to lose the election race if they’re running after being selected as president in the first place. There are also condition... more

Trump Syndrome: American democracy under siege

Washington D.C. has virtually become the scene of a James Bond movie following the U.S. Congress’ occupation by Trump supporters on Jan. 6. About 20,000 soldiers affiliated with the National Guard are patrolling the streets of Washington. They’re wat... more

Chaos reigns supreme in US as Joe Biden prepares to take office

U.S. President Donald Trump vetoing the $741-billion Pentagon budget came as no surprise. For the first time in 60 years, the U.S. president vetoed a defense budget.Trump vetoed the bill, despite a two-third majority in both chambers of Congress. Ef... more


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