[T]his summit is ... the death knell for multilateralism ... sounded right at a time when international cooperation and shared accountability are needed more than ever.
The charges against Huawei seem like a pretext for a game with much higher stakes.
Italy’s battle with Europe over its public spending deficit is being played out against the backdrop of a global financial scene that is suddenly showing signs of approaching trouble.
During Donald Trump’s next two years (and possibly longer), he will not soften his tone in the domestic battle with a Democrat-controlled House, and the same will hold for his approach overseas.
It’s high time we face up to the notion that the main battle over Euro-American space is taking place inside individual countries.
In the president’s mind, absolute closure of the country to immigration is what “Fortress America” should look like.
Trump has opened the door to a new European cold war.
Soros has never forgotten the experience of surviving Nazism. He is fighting against the winds of the right that are buffeting both sides of the Atlantic.
[The expression “trade deficit”] carries negative connotations for Trump and many others, but this should not be the case.
The will to curb the Asian colossus’s economic and military expansionism is growing stronger across several Washington institutions, from the White House to the Pentagon.