Monday 21 January, 2019
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Category Archives: Politics
Troops Deployment Extended

Originally, the deployment of thousands of U.S soldiers on the Mexican border was limited until January 31. Now it lasts until the end of September. The U.S extends its military deployment on the border with Mexico until the end of September....

By Steve Weichel on Jan 15th, 2019
As shutdown drags on

Trump administration officials began taking extraordinary steps to contain the fallout from the partial federal government shutdown Sunday, as the budget impasse between the president and congressional Democrats showed no signs of nearing a...

By Steve Weichel on Jan 7th, 2019
Romney Blasts Trump

Two days before he is sworn into the United States Senate, incoming Utah Senator Mitt Romney is blasting President Donald Trump’s character. “On balance, his conduct over the past two years, particularly his actions this month,...

By Steve Weichel on Jan 2nd, 2019
Belgium PM Charles Michel

Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel has offered his resignation just days after one of his main coalition partners quit in a row over migration. Mr Michel lost the backing of the nationalist New Flemish Alliance (N-VA) over his support for...

By Steve Weichel on Dec 19th, 2018
Trump

President Trump is finding himself increasingly isolated less than a week ahead of a potential government shutdown, as even members of his own party admit that he has backed himself into a corner with his demands for $5 billion in funding for...

By Steve Weichel on Dec 17th, 2018

On Saturday morning, the SPÖ leader will take part in a panel and discuss a sustainable Europe. “Fair, free and sustainable” – this is the slogan used by the party congress of the European Social Democrats at the University...

yellow-vests-in-fuel-protests

President Macron was overwhelmed by a protest movement coming from the provinces and from below. His arrogance fuels the anger. On Monday, in the French capital battered shop windows were repaired of looted shops, removed burned-out cars and...

Dr. Christine Blasey Ford

Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and her testimony against then-Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh in September dominated the news cycle, with her every word scrutinized by both sides of the political aisle and the media. Since the hearings,...

By Steve Weichel on Nov 27th, 2018
Senior Advisor Got Fired

Deputy National Security Advisor Mira Ricardel had to leave the White House and get a new job in the government. Following criticism from US First Lady Melania Trump, Deputy National Security Advisor Mira Ricardel has been relieved of her post....

By Howard Johnson on Nov 15th, 2018
Trump

As he jetted to Paris last Friday, President Trump received a congratulatory phone call aboard Air Force One. British Prime Minister Theresa May was calling to celebrate the Republican Party’s wins in the midterm elections — never mind that...

By Howard Johnson on Nov 14th, 2018