Experts had predicted that the post-Cold War era would be one of reconciliation and cooperation, while Trump views the world as a field of competing dangers.
It displays its power as the strongest, but is not willing to cooperate with other countries. Will the world follow such a country?
President Trump has announced the publication of the “National Security Strategy,” the first for his administration. It is an important document that comprehensively outlines the [Read more]
[T]his is a president in reverse gear. But as he rolls backward without the rearview mirror of experience, he could run over anything.
The security strategy signals a return to an era of great-power rivalry, a vacation from which, having lasted three decades, has come to an end.
[A]lternating bromance and harsh criticism is not necessarily going to make the U.S. president credible in the eyes of China and Russia.
Could a sensible Russian citizen be smitten with love for America while looking at a political map on which his homeland ... is designated... as a potential theater of military operations?
The Americans are neither angels nor demons. They are sinners, just like us. There is no North Star in this world.
“In an interconnected world, there are no global problems that can be solved without the United States, and few that can be solved by the United States alone.”