The current president of the United States placed his personal business interests over the security interests of his country.
[T]he fact remains that no Democratic presidential candidate will be able to win a majority of white blue-collar workers in the foreseeable future.
[T]he G-20 passes the winter as the season of nationalists ... hope remains that more politicians will come to power again with whom significant multilateral agreements are possible.
Time will tell whether the strategic ambitions of the French-German alliance, including those regarding the European army, will jeopardize the EU's cohesiveness, and especially how much longer they can work together within NATO.
<i>The incident at the border between Mexico and the U.S. shows how wrong it is to keep migrants in the dark about their prospects for weeks on end. There is good reason why accurate information is one of the objectives in the U.N. migration compact.</i>
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What will Germany actually do in a world in which the U.S. is no longer available as a partner in the West?
In Trump’s strongholds in Ohio and Michigan, of all places, the lights are set to go out in several plants because costs are skyrocketing.
[T]he president of the United States is essentially one thing: a coward.