France must take advantage of its American moment to convince President Trump to protect the international order ... and dissuade him from sacrificing his relations with Europe on the political altar of 'America First.'
It is a testament to his impetuous, even illogical, conduct of foreign affairs that he has binned an agreement that had envisaged 'shared security.'
The UAE's version of foreign policy based on pragmatic self-interest rather than overt hostility offers important lessons for the rest of the world.
[A] genuine fear that President Donald Trump could soon dismantle a crucial line of defense that Germans and other Europeans are proud to have built.
[T]he U.S. and its allies must realize that torpedoing the JCPOA will create a new conflict in the Middle East with devastating consequences for all.
This week’s lesson is that Trump is happy to hear flattery, but does not let it alter the course of his policies.
If the U.S. leaves the nuclear deal it is likely that Iran will as well.
Are you familiar with the story of Wyatt Earp and the movie version? Probably so. It’s the most iconic shootout in the history of the American West. But in reality, that pistol fight at the O.K. Corral in October 1881 lasted 30 seconds and claimed only three lives. Many might say that such a shooting today wouldn’t [Read more]