Presidential Folly and The Cabinet of Cowards

By: Rexhinaldo Nazarko Impeachment has taken center stage in Washington the past few days. While democratic committee staffers and leadership scramble to strategize and prepare the most robust case for impeachment, the White House and Co. strike counterpunches through a trick relatively popular in their arsenal: Institutional discredit. From the failure to comply with recent… Read More Presidential Folly and The Cabinet of Cowards

Trump-Putin Meeting: A Lesson for The New White House

Amid harsh criticism and suspicion back home, President Donald Trump met with Russian homolog Vladimir Putin Friday July 7th, as a part of his G20 summit program. The two global leaders had a formal sit down, which went longer than many expected, where several issues were discussed behind closed doors. The meeting, although at first… Read More Trump-Putin Meeting: A Lesson for The New White House

Why Europe Cannot do Without America

By: Rexhinaldo Nazarko In unveiling their campaign program for the German election yesterday, Angela Merkel’s conservatives put forth a series of plans which at the heart, contained the promise and thrust for a unified, independent Europe. One could hardly not notice the severe undertone Merkel’s CDU had taken towards the United States and European reliance… Read More Why Europe Cannot do Without America