Climate change skepticism and denial

Trump Signs Executive Order to Build Border Wall

BELGRADE - President Donald Trump has ordered the construction of a wall along the southern border of the United States on Wednesday. The order was part of a series of actions aimed at stopping illegal immigration and cracking down on the number of refugees resettling in the nation.

The executive order was signed by Trump during a visit to the Department of Homeland Security.

US Senate and House to launch inquiries on Russian hacking of US elections

The US Senate and Congress intelligence committees will proceed to investigate allegations of Russian hacking into the recent US elections in two separate inquiries, including claims that the Donald Trump campaign had contacted the Kremlin. In a closed session, Tuesday, the Senate committee approved a formal plan to explore the allegations following the panel’s previously announced inquiry.

Trump to Chicago: Fix 'carnage' or the feds are coming

U.S. President Donald Trump threatened late Jan. 24 to send in the "feds" if America's third-largest city of Chicago failed to bring its rampant crime rate under control.

The Republican, who made law and order a key issue in his White House campaign, cited the city's latest shooting and homicide statistics as reported by the Chicago Tribune.

Hot potatoes of Ankara

U.S. President Donald Trump took his oath of office on Jan. 20 and began his four-year mandate as the most powerful leader in the world. The international community is yet to hear the basics of Trump's foreign policy, as his unsophisticated inaugural address was far from delivering any kind of vision on how his administration will deal with immediate global problems.  

Why are Sisi, Assad, etc happy with Donald Trump?

U.S. President Donald Trump took his oath of office on Jan. 20 and began his four-year mandate as the most powerful leader in the world. The international community is yet to hear the basics of Trump's foreign policy, as his unsophisticated inaugural address was far from delivering any kind of vision on how his administration will deal with immediate global problems.  

Power to the people

There is no such thing as an easy start. For the so-called ordinary people of this world, and for the leaders who are equipped with the moderation that comes from the reading of history, the beginning of every serious effort is exceptionally hard: new and relatively unknown territory, a new role, and new people (on your side as well as against you).

Orban: Trump Put an End to Multilateralism

Donald Trump's speech must be interpreted as an end to multilateralism, stated Hungarian PM Viktor Orban on the occasion of the first announcement of the new US President.

"This means that Hungary gets the right to defend its own interests first," said Orban.

According to the PM, Trump's statement means that all countries have the right to place their own interests first.

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