Joe Biden, Vladimir Putin
The over-hyped Ukraine crisis could be resolved with one simple word: neutrality. If Ukraine were to choose neutrality over Nato and the Western powers were to agree on inclusive Europe-wide security arrangements, Russian troops,
"It's certainly not a sign that things are moving in the right direction. It's certainly not a sign that Mr Putin has any intention to de-escalate. And it's certainly not a sign that he is recommitting himself to a diplomatic path forward," Kirby told "Fox News Sunday."
President Joe Biden and the Democratic Party spent the last four years warning that former president Donald Trump was compromised by Russia. Now the Biden administration has cut a deal with Moscow more favourable to Russia than the one
The recent announcement by the White House sources that US President Joe Biden has proposed that he and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin hold a summit in a third country in the coming months, has increased hopes of a rapprochement between the two old rivals.
Humza Yousaf winning the leadership stakes of Scotland National Party (SNP), and consequently the First Minister of Scotland, has much to commend. There are the obvious ones. He is the first coloured person as well as South Asian to head the SNP and to head Scotland with devolved status, a separate parliament
Humza Yousaf, the first Muslim leader of a major UK political party, faces an uphill battle to revive scotland’s drive for independence following the long tenure of his close ally Nicola Sturgeon. The new and youngest Scottish National Party (SNP) leader, 37, says his own experience as an ethnic minority means he will
The very best satire has a remarkable knack for changing absolutely nothing. Harry and Meghan were made to look so perfectly absurd by South Park’s “Worldwide Privacy Tour” episode that the California-based campaigners have evidently concluded that they have been left with little choice but to carry on
The Illinois Supreme Court recently issued a ruling that exposes the White Castle burger chain to as much as $17 billion in liability because it didn’t get explicit permission from employees to use biometric controls on its time clocks and computers. But don’t blame the courts for the burger joint’s legal costs.