[T]he Islamic State is not defeated, and there are those willing to fill the void left by the United States.
In reality, the U.S. was never committed to beating the terrorist threat.
In a Middle East that’s as complicated as ever, simple ideas like Trump’s are dangerous.
In the event that the treaty is terminated, no region of Europe with a U.S. military presence will have any security guarantee.
Despite the hardships that these sanctions will no doubt have on Iranian citizens, it is unlikely that they will produce the results desired by Donald Trump.
The current president of the United States placed his personal business interests over the security interests of his country.
[T]he G-20 passes the winter as the season of nationalists ... hope remains that more politicians will come to power again with whom significant multilateral agreements are possible.
What will Germany actually do in a world in which the U.S. is no longer available as a partner in the West?
The current U.S. president’s decision does not, therefore, give the impression of having been well thought out.