<i>The fight against terrorism, the issue of NATO, and relations with Russia will be at the heart of discussions on Tuesday between the German chancellor and the U.S. president, animated by very different values. The Trump administration recently attacked Germany for its $65 billion trade surplus.*</i>
Instability in the U.S.-European alliance will cause worldwide instability, Japan included.
Political experience, determination, respect in Congress. His vice-president, Mike Pence, brings what Donald Trump lacks. Politically, he is at least just as extreme.
While the new U.S. president tangles with the press, someone else is pulling the strings of the new American government in the background: Vice [Read more]
<i>Political analyst Yevgeyny Minchenko on the most likely consequences of the American senators’ new bill.</i>
The essence of the new bill introduced by U.S. senators is the following. Inside the Republican Party, there are a few senators intently building their political clout on the conflict with Russia. These [Read more]
Anti-Trump Republicans have already gone well beyond the point to prevent the real estate mogul’s candidacy.
Look out Republicans, the worst is yet to come.
Because of his conflicting comments, tweets and the uproar that accompanies him, it has become difficult to know who Trump really is.
The Republican Party has not only taken a wrong turn. It has also placed itself on the wrong side of American history.
By choosing the governor of Indiana as a vice presidential candidate, Trump has not only chosen a conservative, he has chosen a particularly extreme one.
<i>The Republican candidate is trying to create unity among conservatives.</i>
With the designation of Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his vice-presidential running mate, Donald Trump is getting ready to face the Republican Convention, which started yesterday and will name him as the party’s nominee for the White [Read more]