If there must be war, pay for it

Following the recent explosion of numerous crises in different corners of the world, from eastern Ukraine to the messy Middle East, it appears as if the United States of America is going to have a war or at least a proxy conflict every year. Needless to say, these events will cost money for they are…

A brand new U.S. foreign policy

Maybe it is time for the US to re-think their foreign policy. I mean, Washington is now one of the world’s leading oil producers and therefore doesn’t need to go around prostrating itself to a number of corrupt, extremist regimes. It’s time to stop coddling these countries to gain access to a resource that we…

Unveiling the curtain

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) deal between the European Union and the United States has aroused many controversies and questions. Not only might it be the most important free trade agreement of our times, as well as the foundation for a transatlantic trade hegemony, but also the basis for a stronger political alliance…