As the United States increasingly stares at its navel, other global actors ... are left to ensure that globalization continues without the country that once was its major defender.
By deciding last week to instate a 25 percent tariff on steel imported into the U.S. and a 10 percent tariff on imported aluminum, U.S. President Donald Trump has once again demonstrated that he intends to stay true to the political line that carried him to the White House in November 2016: “America First.” It [Read more]
Trump personifies the worst of the United States: the racists, the misogynists, the religious sects, the enemies of science and those who hold the art of politics in contempt.
The EU and the rest of the world are forming the opinion that the U.S. is heading down the road of nationalism.
For everyone who looks to the American tradition as a bastion of liberty, the direction that this country has recently taken, which runs counter to the values and principles professed by the Founding Fathers, seems sad and worrying.
Donald Trump has begun his administration insulting journalists with whom he does [Read more]
It’s only about ideology for Donald Trump — and his over-sized ego that cannot accept dissent from a brazen provincial judge.
Trump insists in presenting immigrants as "bad hombres." But it is a lie. Don't believe it.
[Trump's] nihilist politics ... represent ... no less than a self-enrichment program for the old elite.
It will be especially intriguing to see how Americans react to the discovery that protectionism, even supposing it creates a surplus of jobs, will by other means make their lives more expensive than ever.
We now know Trump is incapable of speaking like a president. And we doubt he is going to act like one.