Trump is the spectator at a game that has slipped out of his control.
Besides, the Kremlin sees the U.S. threat as bluff, given the still raging debate in Washington on whether the U.S. really needs to get into another proxy war with Russia, having just lost the one in Syria.
China must plan for the worst. If we are prepared for the worst, we’ll have nothing to fear, no matter what happens. This isn’t alarmist; this is something that very well could happen. In a world where “Trump First” exists, anything is possible.
<i>Trump speaks sarcastically about the removal of U.S. officials from Russia, but a lack of personnel paralyzes the State Department.</i>
Donald Trump doesn’t seem to care about the employment issues at the State Department. The U.S. president once again challenged the political orthodoxy on Thursday by [Read more]
• <i>Donald Trump sets off on his first overseas tour.</i>
• <i>The president will visit Saudi Arabia, Israel and the pope.</i>
• <i>His hosts will welcome Trump for different reasons.</i>
If times were normal, President Donald Trump’s staff would probably have the jitters about the days ahead. The [Read more]
<i>With globalization, diplomacy has now become present in practically all fields of human activity.</i>
The international system was born and continues to be marked predominantly by power relations. Whoever has power, rules. Whoever does not, must conform obediently or be forced to find alliances that strengthen [Read more]