Daily Archive: March 14, 2019

Algeria Might Avoid an “Arab Spring” If Its “Deep State” Shuffles Cards

Algeria is experiencing political unrest after its ailing leader decided to run for his fifth term next month. The North African state has been rocked by its largest protests since the 2011 “Arab Spring” after President Bouteflika – who’s thought by many to be physically, and possibly even mentally, incapacitated after suffering a debilitating stroke in 2013 – once again...

Malice and Revenge Are Trump’s Way to ‘Make America Great Again’

There is a saying in the worlds of politics and business that most people who come to prominence are those who in defeat bear malice and in victory seek revenge. It is therefore unsurprising that President Donald Trump displays both characteristics in international as well as domestic affairs, although his targets vary erratically between friend and foe. His near-psychotic concentration...