Trump showed a great deal of respect to Xi Jinping and flooded him with compliments, but apparently he didn’t manage to accomplish much.
The American delegation did not stand in the way of the negotiations at the first Climate Conference after Donald Trump's promise to leave the Paris Agreement. But it didn't help either.
A year after his winning the White House, unbelievable is the new normal.
President Donald Trump is on a 12-day trip in Asia, and with every appearance he is confirming the abdication of the U.S. as a global protector of liberal democracy.
At the end of his tour of Asia, Trump will appear to be the leader of a marginalized power. At least, that is how Chinese propaganda will exploit it. It won’t be wrong.
A part of society is outraged and surprised; a lot of people are waking up from a social lethargy and discovering the reach of machismo in even the most advanced of civilizations.
<i>The U.S. president was in Vietnam for the meeting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, which he essentially wants to leave. Shinzo Abe’s Japan assumes leadership.</i>
It is strange to hear the slogan “America First” in Vietnam, and specifically in a place like Da Nang, which was devastated by the war: [Read more]
<i>No scientist would dare link this dry, endless summer to climate change, but we are sweltering in the heat of figures which provide overwhelming evidence.</i>
Amid the sheer outpouring of grief stemming from the ongoing Catalan debacle, I have witnessed several references to climate change, one of the biggest [Read more]
The current administration has been shrouded by a fog of suspicion that hasn’t subsided.