Washington’s hardening with regard to Iran ... is happening within the larger context of U.S. withdrawal, both from the Middle East and the rest of the world.
The reemergence of tension between Beijing and Washington has again caused fears to surface about the health of the global economy.
[R]adically changing the thinking on how to finance government spending and on the role of fiscal policy.
[I]t remains very controversial and is considered ineffective, even dangerous, by advocates of tighter gun control.
In reality ... American power blocks the entire financial ecosystem.
This spike in violent acts seems to correlate with the increase in popularity of white supremacy since Donald Trump’s election in 2016.
Uncle Sam’s political approach in the Trump era, based on "America First," could threaten French hegemony over the Francophone African world.
Since the election of climate skeptic Donald Trump ... major cities as well as some companies have instead shown themselves to be even more determined to implement [the Paris Agreement].
[T]here hasn’t generally been much to celebrate about trans-Atlantic relations lately.
What happened next with Assange is complicated, but it showed a guiding principle: the anti-American militant preys on the secrets of democratic countries and rarely those of totalitarian countries.