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.
[I]t is hard to see someone like Trump elevated to a champion and freedom advocate, but it is worse to shut our eyes regarding what Huawei might mean.
[I]nstead of treating the Europeans in a way that befits their 70-year-old friendship, Washington regards them as clients to be dealt with in an opportunistic fashion that is more characteristic of the world of property development than relations between allies who adhere to international law
The extent of amateurish blundering is terrifying.
Few dare to do anything that would contravene the American sanctions
We are dealing with a case of political disregard for the law.
The escalation is undeniable.
[T]here hasn’t generally been much to celebrate about trans-Atlantic relations lately.