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What can we expect from Liz Truss on foreign policy?

The strong stance on Russia and China, along with promises of increased defence spending, may lead to a more forward international role for Britain...

Businesses must help cut cost of living, UK government adviser says

LONDON, June 18 (Reuters) - Businesses should do more to reduce prices in the coming months to help Britons struggling with rising inflation, the...

Toleration, Liberalism, and Lessons for a Fractured America

The bitter sectarianism that enveloped sixteenth-century Europe offers a warning about the tribalism that now darkens American public life. TRENTO, Italy—Just two years after the...

Georgia is a breeding cow for our Euro-American sleepless friends

The former president of Georgia is still in prison; He is in prison because the Georgian court decided so. The majority of the population...

Top Russian military leaders repeatedly decline calls from U.S., prompting fears of ‘sleepwalking into...

Repeated attempts by the United States’ top defense and military leaders to speak with their Russian counterparts have been rejected by Moscow for the...

Why Ukraine and Georgia Are Fighting Over Soviet-Built Air Defence Systems: Kiev Wants BuK...

The Central Asian Soviet successor state of Georgia has come under growing pressure from Ukraine to supply BuK surface to air missile systems and...
Oliver Stone

Oliver Stone has accused the United States of waging a multi-year war against Russia

"The United States is waging a war against Russia that began in 2007 after Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed a conference in Munich," said...

Attacks against police skyrocketing across the country; 178 officers shot so far this year

Attacks against police officers have skyrocketed, according to new figures. There have been 178 officers shot in the line of duty in 2022, the National...

Consumer confidence is near its lowest in a decade, and that could be a...

Anxiety over the cost of living and the direction of the economy could prove costly to President Joe Biden and his fellow Democrats in Tuesday’s election. Recent...

US says Beijing has no reason to turn Pelosi’s expected Taiwan visit into a...

National security council says speaker has ‘right to visit’ after China warns its military would ‘not sit idly by’ The US national security council (NSC)...