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.'
Emmanuel Macron was in Washington. He enjoyed himself in Donald Trump's company and delivered a speech before Congress, which, according to many Americans was so good, that they wished he was their president – and not only because he speaks English well. (It is fair to say that Macron is the French head of state with [Read more]
[T]he U.S. has competitors. At the very least, Macron in his speech was clearly asserting leadership.
The American president has thrown into confusion old alliances and imperiled Middle Eastern peace.
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 most dangerous and erratic president in history has overcome two critical situations in three months with the same nonchalance with which he started them.
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.
Will Macron be to Trump what Tony Blair was for George W. Bush, his lapdog?