The legal and cultural traditions on both sides of the Atlantic are simply too different.
The European Commission is ready to sacrifice the interests of its own citizens in order to allow American corporations to increase their profits unhindered.
The longer a resolution to the Ukraine conflict drags on and the more persistently Kiev avoids carrying out the Minsk agreement, the more often the topic of a special U.S. role in the disentanglement of this political-military adventure crops up. Why isn’t Kiev carrying out the agreement by the “Normandy Four?” [Read more]
Europeans have never been overly impressed with America’s hardline approach towards that other charter member of the axis of evil.
Since the Obama administration took to the stage six years ago, both U.S. global strategies and a number of its foreign policies have undergone substantial changes. The resulting foreign diplomatic style has come to be known as “Obamaism.” But over the upcoming years, will Obama's U.S. foreign policy transformation [Read more]
The combination of low oil prices and the potential for instability in oil-producing countries poses a direct geopolitical risk for Europe.