Trump has often stated that North Korea has ‘enormous’ economic potential if it opened its doors to the rest of the world. With South Korea — where per capita GDP tops US$30,000 — as an example, the North has a lot to gain by complying.
We admit we thought it would never happen. And it might not. But British Prime Minister Theresa May’s tenacity on Brexit negotiations — and renegotiations — with the EU and with her own parliament could just see Brexit go through after all. Maybe…
For one of the most feared world leaders, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s state-of-the-nation speech set a compassionate tone. Putin addressed the needs of struggling families, promising to raise welfare payments, improve education and revamp the inefficient health care system. On…
16 states have filed a joint lawsuit to block Trump’s national emergency declaration, meant to fund the border wall. Trump doesn’t appear concerned though. Having already appointed two new judges to the nine-member US Supreme Court, he has every reason to feel confident the lawsuit will get knocked down.
When you think of China, you probably don’t imagine a country struggling to add more people. Beijing alone, after all, is home to more than 21.5 million residents. And China’s total population exceeds 1.4 billion people. So, why the push for millions more babies?
EU and British negotiators, still deadlocked on Brexit details, would do well to look towards Australia and the local wine industry lobbyists. They might even consider pouring a few glasses before returning to the negotiating table.
Trump plans to meet with Kim Jong-un on 27–28 February in Vietnam. The plan is to further discuss the ultimate denuclearisation of Pyongyang, but the US President has said that he is in no particular hurry for this to happen.
It all comes following an interview given by former acting FBI director Andrew McCabe, who said Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein discussed removing the president from office in 2017, after the removal of FBI director James Comey.
There are few charges as grave as treason. And for good reason. Acting against your nation is akin to acting against your family. In the US, a conviction can see you jailed for life. Or face the firing squad.
Trump announced on Saturday that the caliphate was ‘ready to fall’ and is asking European allies to bring more than 800 captured Islamic State Fighters back into Britain, France and Germany, so they can be put on trial. He then adds that this will mark the end of US involvement in Syria.
Trump has now used the powers of his office to declare a national emergency in order to see the wall properly funded. And, according to a top adviser to the president, Trump will protect this declaration by issuing his first veto if congress votes against the national emergency regarding the border.
Democrats in the US Congress believed they could stymie US President Donald Trump’s determined quest to secure the nation’s southern border. But they were wrong.
With May’s most recent loss in the Commons over her revised divorce deal, and a conglomerate of MPs who refuse to support a no-deal Brexit, it’s looking like the globalists may actually achieve what they’re after.
His 35-day shutdown of government has resulted to be politically damaging for the President and he is aiming to avoid a repeat. But the President may have found a way around another shutdown and could still result in building the wall he promised the US.
The climate police have not made as many inroads in the US yet. And this puts Democrats — who overwhelmingly support an extreme environmental interventionist bill called the ‘Green New Deal’ — at considerable risk.
The recent US government shutdown could be repeated by the end of this week. Many US government employees would again see their paycheques withheld. And markets across the globe could take a hit over the uncertainty these kinds of impasses create.
It’s hard to imagine how someone could be found guilty of committing vandalism when they’re playing soccer on TV. But in Bahrain’s courts, it seems, anything is possible.
Trump intends to sign an executive order instructing federal agencies to make R&D of artificial intelligence a priority. The initiative seeks to open up data and computing resources to AI experts while maintaining security and confidentiality.
In Budapest on Monday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had a warning for US allies considering using Huawei equipment on their soil.
It’s been more than two and a half years since the majority of Brits who cast their votes chose to see the UK part ways with the EU. But since their vote on 23 June 2016, both British and European Union negotiators have done little but make a mockery of that decision.
The US military remains the most powerful fighting force on Earth. Its forces are deployed across every continent. But that kind of military power doesn’t come cheaply.
The world’s poorest nations and impoverished women stand to benefit from US President Donald Trump’s choice in leading the World Bank. Major developing nations, including India and China, stand to lose.
Trump also stated at his Union address that if not for his efforts, North Korea would likely be engaged in a full-scale war with the Western world.
in his State of the Union address Trump warned all that is at risk due to Democratic attempts at ‘ridiculous partisan investigations’ and ‘foolish wars’ both domestically and internationally, which he says could damage US prosperity.
Trump is constantly attacked and bullied in the mainstream media. So naturally, when he heard of the troubles that sixth grade student Joshua Trump was experiencing at school for having the same last name, the President invited him as a special guest to the State of Union address.
Conspiracy theorists may be disappointed with the latest assessment from top US officials. These theorists would have you believe that Russian and other foreign agents hacked into US voting machines to influence the outcomes of US elections.
The US government is beginning to prepare the construction of additional border walls and fencing in South Texas’ Rio Grande Valley, likely on federally owned land set aside as a wildlife refuge property. At least, to begin with, according to plans released by the US Customs and Border Protection.
US President Donald Trump instantly saw Guaido as a fit leader for Venezuela, but EU members were hesitant to accept him due to his self-declaration as temporary leader. But now, eight European nations are backing the leader of the opposition-controlled National Assembly, accepting him wholeheartedly as Maduro’s successor.
Brussels is still standing firm in its opposition to reopen negotiations to UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal, despite senior Tories beginning to discuss alternatives to the Irish backstop.
RAW reports that the EU has rejected reopening talks on the so-called backstop, the insurance policy to keep an open border on the island of Ireland if Britain and the EU fail to reach a longer-term trade agreement before the end of a transition period.