The first year of Donald Trump's administration was like his troubled, hurried, and yet successful businesses: always a reason for news and fierce criticism.
That same turbulent personality figure found himself leading one of the most powerful countries in the world, and one can see the impact, risk and fluctuation [Read more]
[S]ince Donald Trump’s arrival in the White House, Vietnamese leaders seem less certain about betting on their relationship with Washington.
Experts had predicted that the post-Cold War era would be one of reconciliation and cooperation, while Trump views the world as a field of competing dangers.
Arab procrastination, leniency and ambiguity are behind the failure to create consistent and permanent opposition to the American decision.
[A]lternating bromance and harsh criticism is not necessarily going to make the U.S. president credible in the eyes of China and Russia.
The boundaries within Washington’s politics are becoming very distinct: What you oppose I will support, and what you support I will oppose.
The period of stable diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Cuba did not last long. The Yankee U-turn from the brief thaw could already be perceived when President Trump demanded Havana accept his demands regarding domestic policy. The refusal 15 days ago by the Cuban regime to negotiate on the right to free [Read more]
Trump’s approach in this matter ... is also based upon a boorish ignorance of diplomacy, of the text’s content, and of the real goal of the signed agreement.