General objectives that guide the activities and relationships of one state in its interactions with other states.

Trump-Kim Summit Still Under Question

In the past couple of weeks, many things happened between North Korea and the US. Historic meeting was announced then canceled, then again confirmed after which it was dropped and so on. During the last few days, it seems that the officials are on the same page and the talks about the Trump-Kim summit are… Keep Reading

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Russian Foreign Minister to Visit North Korea

According to the Foreign Ministry, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov is going to travel to the North Korean capital to talk about the country’s nuclear program. Another topic will be bilateral cooperation. In a statement on Wednesday, the Foreign Ministry noted: “Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s official visit to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea… Keep Reading


Mexico Refuses to Pay for the Wall

Donald Trump has the idea of building a wall between the US and Mexican border, and he wants Mexico to pay for it. However, their southern neighbor will “never” pay for the wall which separates the two countries, according to Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto. Nieto tweeted to Donald Trump, and he said that nobody… Keep Reading

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Donald Trump Needs To Clarify Views on US Trade

The G7 summit will take place next month, and Donald Trump will have the opportunity to explain his views on trade and speak about multilateral economic and political foundations of the world. This is a good chance for everyone to see where the US and POTUS stand, but some foreign leaders believe that he may… Keep Reading


Hitler’s Inner Circle – the most powerful Nazis

Although a synonym for the evil of the Third Reich, Adolph Hitler didn’t commit all those atrocities by himself. He had plenty of people helping him and enforcing his plans, even shaping them. Today we take a look at Hitler’s inner circle, a group of the most powerful Nazis in Germany immediately before and during… Keep Reading


Martin Ludwig Bormann – Secret Leader Of Nazi Germany

Martin Ludwig Bormann was born on 17th June 1900, in Halberstadt. He had two half-siblings, Else and Walter from his father’s first marriage with Louise Grobler who passed away in 1898. Antonie Bormann gave birth to three sons, but one died at infancy. The other two Martin and Albert survived to adulthood. Martin had a… Keep Reading


Jackie Coogan – From Charlie Chaplin Movie To Air Commando

John Leslie Coogan, also known as Jackie Coogan was born on 26th October 1914, in Los Angeles, California. He comes from a show business family and his father, John H. Coogan was a dancer, whereas his mother Lillian Dolliver a child star. The Coogan family decided to move from Los Angeles, and they went to… Keep Reading

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Democrats Separate Migrant Families at the Border, says Trump

Donald Trump attempts to blame Democrats for separating migrant families at the US border. This is nothing surprising, and POTUS will only become more vocal, and he will try to impose more restrictions on illegal immigration. Trump tweeted recently, urging Democrats to change a “horrible law” according to which migrant families who come to the… Keep Reading

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