During Donald Trump’s next two years (and possibly longer), he will not soften his tone in the domestic battle with a Democrat-controlled House, and the same will hold for his approach overseas.
Trump has opened the door to a new European cold war.
Donald Trump is the exact opposite of John F. Kennedy. And, as with every opposite, there are some things in common. The first of these is Kennedy’s and Trump’s direct relationships with the public, which make them populist presidents, and having made careers in television more than in Congress or the Senate. But [Read more]
Trump is doing nothing but carrying out his campaign promises.
Western sanctions do not represent an alternative to the formulation of an effective Western policy toward Russia.
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]