Without trivializing the word fascist – maybe Trump is not a fascist – it is clear that his actions are dangerous.
This raises the question of whether Trump is beginning to support Erdogan ...
It is time for South Korea and the United States to quickly seal the cracks in their alliance and reinforce their preparedness for more North Korean provocation.
[W]e reject any interference that seeks to lessen our free will.
Germans do not view the United States as a ... well-meaning hegemon anymore. Instead, Germans see a country run by a rude nationalist who cares very little about alliances.
By using political tyranny against Hong Kong, they have again plainly exposed the selfish and tyrannical nature of American politics to the world.
[T]he United States has abandoned the last of its respect for international law and relevant U.N. resolutions.
Trump’s statement that the U.S. is now exclusively interested in oil in Syria perfectly fits popular conspiracy theories in the Middle East.
China must play the role of safeguarding national stakes... resolutely striking back at acts of US interventionism and promoting a new international economic and political order that is fair and equitable.
Putin ... believes that the future lies in putting national interests first. The fact that he has found a soulmate in Donald Trump makes him more assured in this belief, not less.