..[T]he scales of values are changing, and we are getting increasingly used to raging tweets, to abrasive decisions, and even to insults.
People like Bolton and the Brexit supporters in London are (ideological) soul mates.
The tax triggered a potential new conflict with the United States, which could evolve into a trade battle.
Trump's second visit to Poland in two years will probably confirm the impression in Europe that Poland ... is in sync with the United States under the anti-EU Trump.
[C}urrently the U.S. federal government regulates its states less than the EU does.
Trump and Merkel are betting on the possibility there will be agreement with someone.
Even though Brexit is a reflexive act meant to defend British singularity ... it meanwhile completely serves the interests of the U.S.
[Trump's] strategy is egocentric, and his view of the EU is frighteningly lacking in historical knowledge.