Never before has a presidency so divided the American people as Donald Trump’s. Before Trump, no post-war President has consistently challenged the core democratic values underlying American foreign policy.
The details of the charges and counter-charges are complicated and open up a window to a very different set of issues.
Mr Trump may have acted not only to lift Israeli morale but also to give the tottering Benjamin Netanhayu a chance to remain in power.
As on Wednesday, 48 per cent of Americans say they support impeachment in one form or another, while 44.4 per cent let it be known that they do not support it.
His imprint on trade, security and Asia policy will last. His influence on immigration, climate change may not.
The arms control architecture is deliberately undermined — the U.S.’s unilateral withdrawal from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty was a rather dangerous step.
Trump has been accused of “turning his back” on Asian allies after pulling out of the major trade pact.
New Delhi seems to be signalling that Beijing's rise in the Indo-Pacific has to be tackled politically and economically.
The Islamic State will be defeated only when its ideology is overcome in a region free of interventions — a tall ask for the moment.
There is reason why India should keep vigil over developments in West Asia that concern the Islamic State.