Source: Xinhua Vulgar comments attributed to U.S. President Donald Trump has caused ourage across Africa.
The Kingdom of Morocco has expressed its deep concern and strong condemnation of the decision of the United States of America to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and to transfer its embassy to it, ministry of foreign affairs … Continue reading
Source: The Guardian Donald Trump’s announcement that the US will withdraw from the Paris agreement was always going to be an exercise in idiocy. But he unwittingly brought it to new heights Thursday, when he chose exactly the wrong city … Continue reading
Text: Žikica Milošević During the last presidential elections in the USA, Bernie Sanders came out with a truly baffling conclusion: many people who they tried to persuade to vote for Hillary actually voted for Trump. And, furthermore, they concurred with … Continue reading
Text: Žikica Milošević Recently Vice published an article about the power of so-called Big Data (an enormous amount of data taken from the Internet), and how they might have propelled Donald Trump to victory, quite unexpectedly for some. It is … Continue reading
Text: Žikica Milošević IF SOMEONE IS NOT FREE, NO-ONE IS GOING TO BE SAFE In one of the episodes of The Simpsons, The Sideshow Bob rides in his car through the Evergreen Terrace, i.e. The Simpsons family street, proclaiming through … Continue reading
Text: Žikica Milošević Colossal failures There were very few years when the world changed so much like in 2016. OK, I can remember the traumatic 1991 when Yugoslav and ex-Soviet wars started in all their savagery and when Gorbachev announced … Continue reading
We are living in times with no secrecy allowed, says Katarina Jonev, analyst for cyber security policy, commenting the ongoing debate on so-called “Russian hackers” influencing the outcome of the American presidential elections last year
Source: RT President-elect Donald Trump may be giving up his salary, but he will be staying on as executive producer of reality show “Celebrity Apprentice”. While critics have denounced this as conflict of interest, Trump’s campaign chief compared it to … Continue reading
Text: Žikica Milošević Once again in 2016 we have awaken in the morning to find a different reality. Just a few days prior to the U.S. election, I spoke to my friend about the prospects and everybody seemed to agree … Continue reading
Source: RT.com The Washington establishment and its fans and defenders got their comeuppance this week, and they’re finding it very difficult to get their heads around it. Before we go any further, I should clarify that I’m no fan of … Continue reading
Source: RT.com Politicians all over the world are reacting as Donald Trump has become president-elect of the United States. Some are congratulating him, while others are in shock.
When I see Melania Trump I like her. What is there not to like aside from the fact, Trump critics would say, that she is married to the luridly controversial Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump who seems set to battle … Continue reading
Source: The Guardian A Clinton-Trump face-off in November looks more likely than ever. With both candidates having high disapproval ratings, victory may go to the least disliked
Source: The Guardian The day after Donald Trump all but sealed the nomination with a win in the Indiana primary, Kasich follows Ted Cruz in bowing out of the field John Kasich formally suspended his presidential campaign on Wednesday, paving … Continue reading
The two-party system might have had its last breath. Now we can clearly see 5 branches of US politics: Democrats (Clinton), Social Democrats (Sanders), Republicans (Bush), Tea Party Conservatives (Cruz) and Populists (Trump). This time is not official but in … Continue reading