[F]acing a growing number of serious strategic questions, Europeans and North Americans appear to be out of the game in 2020.
Europeans will have to make an effort to find common cause with the very U.S. that has rejected the idea of an international community.
Americans are in the process of reconsidering their relationship with the old continent.
The U.S. president’s decision thus endangers many people.
Why is Trump’s reelection possible? Because 76% of the country thinks that the economy is doing well.
Once again, Europe is suffering under the way Donald Trump makes political decisions on the fly. The only option left is to appeal to Iran's interest in self-preservation.
The internet cannot be a jungle ungoverned by the rules of competition.
[C]entrists who point to Europe as an example of all the bad things that happen when social justice is pursued with too much enthusiasm are anchored in the past.
The decline of American power is a cyclical issue in the history of the U.S.
President Trump’s years in office have increased the discord between the U.S. and Europe, and between the U.S. and other countries in the Middle East, Asia, Africa, and Latin America.