U.S. officials warn that signing up Huawei could 'diminish the appetite' for a U.S.-U.K. trade deal.
The old America wanted to bring daylight to others. Now the US president believes his country should be paid to intervene militarily in the Middle East – and then paid to leave.
And this week, Donald Trump, who is in the process of withdrawing the United States from the Paris agreement on climate change, will strike quite a different tone on the Swiss slopes.
The impeachment charges are serious and appropriate. They will test the power of Congress to restrain the president.
The irony is that, when the US first claimed the Iranians were behind attacks on their soldiers in Iraq, they were likely not.
If the 2015 nuclear pact cannot be rebuilt or a new one struck, then the choice will be to let Iran have the bomb or to bomb Iran.
Wednesday may mark phase one of the agreement, but it’s minor progress when set against the US president’s ceaseless attacks on the WTO’s appeals body.
What angers me is the hypocrisy of those who shout loudly about the injustice of Soleimani’s killing, yet who stay quiet about Assad’s indiscriminate bombing of children.
The events of the last week have made it even clearer that Mr Trump has no Iran strategy; just a bundle of impulses and prejudices.
The unilateral decision made by President Donald Trump reeks of the current administration’s impulsive nature on foreign policy...