Trump’s decision to subject the EU (as well as other US allies such as Canada and Mexico) to import tariffs on steel and aluminum has unified European leaders in outrage and disgust.
By going after the Taliban instead of singling out al-Qaida in the early days of calm following Kabul's collapse in late 2001, the Americans took off after the wrong target.
Kim is a dictator who has purged a number of rivals while starving and oppressing his own population. Ultimately, Trump has just willingly sat down with a villain and not gained much in the way of concessions in return.
It’s one thing to commit to denuclearization, another to adhere to that commitment away from the pomp and circumstance of summitry.
he role of Singapore in orchestrating and arranging the Trump-Kim summit propels the country to a greater degree of prominence on the global stage.