Uncle Sam’s political approach in the Trump era, based on "America First," could threaten French hegemony over the Francophone African world.
[S]toltenberg arrives in Washington backed by figures that show an increase in defense spending by European allies, a long-standing U.S. demand which Trump has turned into a mantra.
With his distrustful attitude, Donald Trump represents the main disturbance in the anniversary of what has undoubtedly been the most long-lived and successful defensive alliance in history.
Tragically, the arrival of Trump and his egocentric delirium serves as a catalyst for an important part of the U.S. political class to revel in the madness of a Cold War that never seems to end.
Since the election of Donald Trump, the alliance has been plunged into existential doubt.
<i>Disunity: NATO’s 70th anniversary is marked by inner discord and open conflict.</i>
Last week it finally became clear: Jens Stoltenberg gets to extend the term of his job as general secretary of NATO.
The former Norwegian prime minister will lead the military alliance until 2022, after getting support from [Read more]
Trump ... doesn’t intend to back down from his plans to overthrow the legitimate president of Venezuela.