Prime Minister Shinzo Abe should ask the U.S. to reconsider imposing sanctions.
Trump’s European trip ... has clearly shown the unbelievable weaknesses of this important figure who ... is turning the leading world power into an erratic and unreliable country.
The disgraceful Helsinki summit ... confirms the geopolitical turn the U.S. has taken. Trump first, America next, and to hell with the rest of the world.
The relaxed, even amiable, tone that prevailed at the bilateral summit between the United States and Russia could have been interpreted as good news for future international stability, were it not for the fact that the current U.S. president, Donald Trump, appears to have decided to return to the days of [Read more]
Nobody wanted to understand that Trump’s words meant a whole new policy of American nationalism and noninterventionism.
[A]s Putin pursues purely strategic interests with the construction of the pipeline, Trump pursues his criticism of it.
[W]e are about to experience a turning point in 2018 ... without a doubt the end of the world that we have known.
Trump and his advisers should realize that it is not easy to contain the destruction caused by protectionism to strictly economic areas without its overflowing to other, more dangerous ones.
“[T]he Chinese dream,” ... with the unwitting aid of the United States and the member nations of the European Union, is replacing the American and European dream.