Saudi Arabia has historically been a strategic partner of the U.S. in a relationship based on equality, parity and common goals. The kingdom has benefited from this long-standing and friendly relationship with the U.S. in terms of developing its natural resources, consolidating the structure of its national economy and [Read more]
Is Trump prepared to throw weak allies to the wolves to score political points domestically in the U.S.?
The harsh reality is that, while Trump is in power, he will be able to threaten and impose tariffs as he wishes ... The bully in the north has won and will, sooner or later, blackmail us again.
[F]oreign policy is one of the few fields in which López Obrador’s government has halfway held its own.
The numbers provided by international indices prove that the Russian economy is stable.
[N]o American president wants to play Russian roulette with the U.S. economy when heading into a reelection campaign.
Trump ... is a man who feels no shame.
President Trump has always been regarded as a vanguard in opposing China.
[S]hows of force will become worse before gunboat diplomacy gives way to rational negotiation.
In reality, even the outright hawks in the West don’t believe that Russia would ever try to take over Europe.