[T]here is no contradiction between ... being in favor of tolerance and ... feeling national pride.
After destroying ... the tea party ... Trump linked the Republican Party to the politics of ... Ronald Reagan.
[I]t is not as if Trump relies on methods or doctrines to exercise power.
Brazil gains much more if it ... navigates between the two giants without becoming a vassal to one or the other.
This episode, which began with a prosaic event, where the [museum] was unfamiliar with the honoree, demonstrated the importance of globalization in political participation.
The unconditional alignment that the president of Brazil offered the United States at first is showing its limitations.
If it is a mistake to reduce the Global Gag Rule to the question of abortion, it is not a mistake to describe that as one of many faces of U.S. imperialism that targets women and children.
[A]t the end of the meeting, President Trump affirmed, “The United States and Brazil are also united in support of the long-suffering people of Cuba and Nicaragua.”