Trump and the U.S. political establishment perceive China, not Russia, as the main threat to U.S. interests.
The traditional lack of understanding between the two sides of the Atlantic has turned into an aggressive hostility that threatens European stability.
It's not about the tariffs, but about the global order.
Right now, the so-called “Big Seven,” the Group of Seven leading industrial nations, the club of great powers from which Russia was excluded in 2014, wields a whole lot more power in international relations than does the expensive toy that is the U.N.
China belongs to the world, and the world needs China.
The angry Russian reaction, and warnings regarding what some American media outlets — close as ever to decision-making circles — leaked concerning Washington’s intention to deploy ballistic missiles to Europe, reveal that the world is approaching a phase of tension. How far this will reach is difficult to [Read more]