[T]here is no doubt that the United States – in the wake of its earlier withdrawal from the Paris climate accord – has, once again, further distanced itself from the international community this week.
Will NAFTA become the next international partnership from which the U.S., under Trump, withdraws?
What did the Republicans really expect?
It is a constant in Trump's leadership: In difficult moments he impulsively removes himself from his environment.
Arguments simply have no grip on people for whom carrying a gun ... is an important part of their identity.
Is this the umpteenth scandal surrounding Facebook that will blow over again? It does not look that way.
North Korea’s conduct on the international stage reads like a cheap thriller that is hedged with unlikely developments.
Besides speed skating and curling, the endurance sport of politics took place in Pyeongchang. It was a competition with few contestants – the United States, North Korea and South Korea – but with high stakes: relaxation on the Korean Peninsula and the prelude to dialogue with the nearly nuclear power of North [Read more]
There is a mutual agreement between Trump and his voters that men get the benefit of the doubt.
Just because democracy so far has been fairly Trump-resistant does not mean democracy is not in danger.