[N]othing strengthens Putin like seeing a president of the United States weaken the Atlantic alliance.
[W]e are about to experience a turning point in 2018 ... without a doubt the end of the world that we have known.
“[T]he Chinese dream,” ... with the unwitting aid of the United States and the member nations of the European Union, is replacing the American and European dream.
Trump’s objective is to upend the world order, as he has convinced himself he’ll come out the winner.
At 34 years old, the dictator will obtain the tremendous symbolic victory that his grandfather, Kim Il Sung, and then his father, could never accomplish.
[T]here is no doubt that the United States – in the wake of its earlier withdrawal from the Paris climate accord – has, once again, further distanced itself from the international community this week.
France must take advantage of its American moment to convince President Trump to protect the international order ... and dissuade him from sacrificing his relations with Europe on the political altar of 'America First.'
<i>In the United States, a new generation of students is questioning the principle of absolute freedom of expression. To avoid offending minorities, they demand that the university become a "safe space," a shelter from all hateful words. Are they at risk of fleeing debate and blinding youth to reality?</i>