President’s approach to foreign policy, from defending his Russian counterpart to supporting Bolsonaro after he rejected aid, has experts sounding alarms
Days after Donald Trump returned from another contentious encounter with his fellow G7 world leaders, a Kremlin-backed TV channel painted a derisive picture of his overtures to Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin.
Likening the US president’s staunch defense of his Russian counterpart to a tortuous love affair, the channel aired a mashup in which Trump’s speeches were pieced together to form the lyrics of Señorita – a summer ballad performed by the US pop stars Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello.
India nationalism become its modern fascist self – sad end to Indian democracy.
Rights groups warn of possible humanitarian crisis as those left off list face statelessness and detention
Almost 2 million people in north-east India face the threat of statelessness and detention after they were excluded from an official list designed to root out illegal immigrants.
Security was heightened in the border state of Assam on Saturday, as millions of people waited for the final release of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) – a major bureaucratic exercise that rights groups warn could create a humanitarian crisis.
Does he have an absolute right to give information to Russia and China that compromises our safety? Congress – do you have an answer?
US president’s release of high resolution photo raises concerns over disclosure of classified information
President Donald Trump has released a photograph of an apparently failed Iranian rocket launch and said the US had nothing to do with it, prompting concerns he disclosed classified information.
Tehran has made no official comment on the indications from aerial photos that a rocket exploded on Thursday on the launch pad at the Semnan Space Center in northern Iran.
US President Donald Trump says he has “the absolute right” to tweet a photo of what appears to be the site of a failed Iranian satellite launch, but a former CIA analyst says releasing the image could be “welcome news to our adversaries”.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday posted on Twitter a photo of what appeared to be the site of a failed Iranian satellite launch, raising questions about whether he had disclosed U.S. surveillance secrets.
Source: Trump Iran photo tweet raises worries about disclosure of U.S. surveillance secrets – Reuters
The end is nearer than we thought… Huge expanses of rainforest are being cut down in Colombia, Bolivia and Peru. The trend shows how advances in political stability and economic integration can drive deforestation.
The Army Special Forces soldier died in Zabul Province, in the country’s southeast, at the start of a joint mission with Afghan commandos.
— Read on www.nytimes.com/2019/08/30/us/politics/us-soldier-killed-afghanistan.html
Richard Bertinet felt betrayed when he was wrongly given pre-settled status by Home Office
— Read on www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/aug/30/french-chef-richard-bertinet-settled-status-uk