The American president who will travel to Paris knows less about Europe and wants to have less to do with it than any of his predecessors since 1945.
The isolation and protectionism promoted by President Trump are the clearest manifestation of the retreat of the United States.
These bad jokes may provoke hilarity, but the person telling them shouldn’t. In the end, a threat is always a threat.
<i>Economic measures launched by the United States break the consensus with European allies and threaten to destabilize the Middle East</i>
To fulfill his threat to re-impose trade sanctions on Iran, Donald Trump has returned Washington to the path of unilateral international policy that leads to isolationism. Three [Read more]
Nobody wanted to understand that Trump’s words meant a whole new policy of American nationalism and noninterventionism.
[I]n an age where the major world powers are putting their own countries’ interests first, we should once again think about the U.N.’s significance so that the gears of history will not turn in reverse.
The driving imperatives of Mr. Trump are vanity and America-first avarice.