It is no surprise that questions have arisen regarding Trump’s capability to make it to the end of his term.
Containing Iran will demand that Trump show a level of patience and power to articulate that, at least so far, he has not displayed.
[Are Trump] and his internal and external policy interventions here to stay, or will the next U.S. president (in the questionable hypothesis that the U.S. will survive Trump) undo each one of them?
For some politicians, the hard line on immigration issues is all they need to ensure a high turnout at the ballot boxes in November’s midterm elections.
As the United States increasingly stares at its navel, other global actors ... are left to ensure that globalization continues without the country that once was its major defender.
<i>The summit between the world's strongest countries will revolve around the tariffs imposed by the U.S. on products originating from American allies, as well as the consequences for the global economy.</i>*
The leaders of the six largest world economies and Russia,** while meeting next Friday in Quebec, Canada, [Read more]
We can’t accuse Trump of not doing what he promised during his campaign. And that is an issue, since the planet has become subordinate to this American isolationism...
This is the doctrine of all or nothing. Negotiating with a pistol in hand.
'A nuclear-armed Iran is not in the interest of Turkey as it would challenge Ankara’s own regional-power position in the Middle East.'