Trump’s journey to Asia, his most important foreign policy act since taking office, has generally been rated a fiasco. New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman expressed it most colorfully in an article headlined: "China Could Sell Trump the Brooklyn Bridge." Translated into the Czech context, where that assessment [Read more]
The main actor in Trump’s presidency so far has been American democracy, not the president himself.
Trump showed a great deal of respect to Xi Jinping and flooded him with compliments, but apparently he didn’t manage to accomplish much.
President Trump has shown only limited interest and an incomplete, but imaginative, knowledge of Africa.
How could a matter of this magnitude be overturned by a new administration? Where does this leave the credibility of a great power?
China uses North Korea as a pawn for its own interests, bearing in mind that the reunification of the Korean Peninsula under the U.S. flag would be a possibility to absolutely avoid.
A half-year has passed since President Trump was inaugurated. He started off by declaring “Make America Great Again,” but upon reflection of recent politics in the United States, nothing comes to mind except mess and confusion.
Despite having gathered support in the election from among people who are upset with [Read more]