President Trump is not exactly helping the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. In fact, it could be confidently argued that he is endangering public health with his unfortunate remarks.
We are shown examples, time and again, of people openly questioning and contradicting Mr Trump, and this is often well received, especially by liberal opponents. There is a serious problem with this tactic, though. It feeds Trump. He is not someone starved of attention, in spite of his childish attempts to suggest the contrary; he is the most powerful man in the world, so why are the media jumping to his bait? Continue reading Donald Trump should not be engaged by the media
The ‘historic’ meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong-un has made headlines around the world, but there are no cast-iron guarantees, and not even moderate ones, that something concrete will emerge as a result. Continue reading Deeds, not words
European Union is facing a number of formidable, in some cases unprecedented challenges. The ongoing global economic crisis, the influx of refugees, the emergence of extremist populists across the continent, increasingly aggressive Russia, Brexit and the arrival of Donald Trump all have to be dealt with. Such difficult times evidently call for clarity and unity, but which is certainly easier said than done. Continue reading European Union must stand together and fight for its future