This is none other than an enormous rearmament initiative to endorse the restoration of a nuclear arms race.
[S]ince Donald Trump’s arrival in the White House, Vietnamese leaders seem less certain about betting on their relationship with Washington.
Many more Americans will be doubting the legitimacy of the Mueller inquiry today than yesterday.
In a chaotic, yearlong presidency that never ceases to astound, this past week has been a turning point. But at least we can now see what shape Trump’s catastrophic game plan is taking.
Turnbull should strive to be "not too hot" and "not too cold." He needs to be "just right" in his interactions with a president who is by far America's most unpopular relative to his peers after one year in the job.
Who could be the emblem of youth in a party dominated by old men and women? Who could follow the septuagenarian president, in prime time, with a compelling progressive appeal?
Had Trump suddenly found his inner moderate; the thoughtful, sensitive, nuanced, civic-minded statesman struggling to emerge from the cocoon of vulgar, bombastic, billionaire and reality TV celebrity?