The Trump administration’s aggressive concern over foreign trade parity with its strongest partners is undermining the foundations of international trade.
[American sanctions] increase the pressure on Huawei to develop alternatives.
The symbolism is strong, because American presidents who have visited the DMZ before Trump have never done so in a spirit of reconciliation.
[T]his relatively measured response comes at a time when Tehran has lost hope in European mitigation measures.
[T]he United States is trying to tell Lebanon’s entire political class that it is time to take the United States’ war against Iran and its right arm, Hezbollah, seriously.
The risk that an incident or provocation will eventually lead to an open clash between Iran and the United States is growing.
[N]ow that the chain of command in the U.S. is in tatters, it’s not clear who can start a war.
What does Washington really want? It is hardly a war.