By leaking information to a third party, Trump has shown that he is an amateur of the highest order.
Trump is a danger to the world because he is ... aggressively promoting coal and other hydrocarbons and moving to dismantle federal programs that combat climate change.
Living through the Trump era is a struggle for everyone, regardless of their spot on the political spectrum. But it’s a testament to the United States’ enduring institutional strengths that the country’s institutions haven’t buckled under it. In fact, they’re fighting back.
Clearly, there is still the possibility that this is not the end of multilateralism but simply a statement from one country, no matter how important it is, and that the other countries will carry on with globalization as the dominant system.
Strategic thinking appears largely non-existent within the White House.
For the social cost of carbon to serve the new government's aims, Pruitt's agency has had to scrape together whatever it can.
Trump’s journey to Asia, his most important foreign policy act since taking office, has generally been rated a fiasco. New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman expressed it most colorfully in an article headlined: "China Could Sell Trump the Brooklyn Bridge." Translated into the Czech context, where that assessment [Read more]