How does Trump get these things right? We know he doesn’t read. We know he doesn’t think. Everyone else says the opposite. Yet he nails it.
The South Korean government needs to deal firmly with U.S. pressure.
Trump is the first president who no longer accepts the Chinese business model of amiably ignoring the West’s wishes.
The United States appears to be descending into a deep and chaotic adjustment of traditional political values that are breaking apart.
In a Middle East that’s as complicated as ever, simple ideas like Trump’s are dangerous.
Trump will continue to echo Palmerston's rhetoric, ignoring Europe and increasingly doing the same to Great Britain.
Time will tell whether the strategic ambitions of the French-German alliance, including those regarding the European army, will jeopardize the EU's cohesiveness, and especially how much longer they can work together within NATO.
It would seem that — at long last — Americans have given Kenyans a president they can laugh at.
Trump is not interested in Africa, and therefore, he continues to inadvertently show signs of cluelessness about it.
The truth is that Donald Trump interacts with the world as though he were leading a big company.