Pages, tagged as «USA»
Prospects for Development of Iran’s Transport Infrastructure
Tehran is focused on building up port infrastructure and railway corridors to become a major logistics hub
Republicans "in Position of Power" to Pack the Supreme Court
The Supreme Сourt plays a very significant role in the US political life
The US National Policy in the Area of Artificial Intelligence
Washington considers superiority in this area as one of necessary conditions for the US global dominance
Future of Israel-UAE-Bahrain Peace Accords Under Question
The treaty serves mostly the US trade and economic interests
USA Continues to Hamper Iranian Nuclear Deal
All JCPOA participants are making every effort to keep the nuclear deal alive
Extending arms embargo against Iran means death of nuclear deal
The US considers it necessary to extend the arms embargo agains Iran; Tehran has already made it clear that this means the death of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), RISS expert Marianna Bakonina says. "In an attempt to push through the resolution, Washington have converted this situation into a kind of circus performance. But the resolution is opposed not only by America's opponents, but even by its allies," she added.
Why US invents Russia-Taliban collusion fake news
Russia-Taliban bounty scandal over information about Moscow’s collusion with the Taliban shows the political struggle in the USA, RISS expert Anna Glazova says. "The most ridiculous fake news is invented and actively spread among the American society. Such fake news may affect the further steps taken by the White House in the foreign policy arena," she outlined.
What lies behind accusations against so-called Kosovo's president?
It appears that the political career of so-called Kosovo's President Hashim Thaci is drawing to a close. The Hague-based Specialist Prosecutor’s Office (SPO) has filed a ten-count indictment with the Kosovo Specialist Chambers (KSC) charging Thaci, Kosovo politician Kadri Veseli, and others with a "range of crimes against humanity and war crimes, including murder, enforced disappearance of persons, persecution, and torture", RISS expert Igor Pshenichnikov says.
Radical left-wing ideas taking root in the US
Huge riots against racism held across the USA may lead to the spread of radical left-wing ideas not only among protesters, but also among politicians, RISS expert Ilya Kravchenko says. "Despite the fact that the Democratic Party is seeking to use these rallies to its advantage and gain support from the left-wing electorate, it cannot fully control the protest movement. Protesters in Seattle have occupied the city hall and declared autonomy," he outlined. Kravchenko suggested that the Democratic Party had decided to win back its losses in 2016. The Democrats then abandoned their support for B.Sanders. But now they decided to act differently and claimed that it was necessary to take into account the left-wing ideas.
Trump-Duda meeting as vote-winning ploy
Polish President Duda became the first foreign leader to visit the White House since the coronavirus pandemic began. Trump-Duda meeting was an attempt to gain a pre-election windfall; this is a mutually beneficial cooperation for both Polish and American leaders, RISS expert Oksana Petrovskaya says.