[F]acing a growing number of serious strategic questions, Europeans and North Americans appear to be out of the game in 2020.
On a pragmatic level, it may be the only possible exit from a war that many experts believe cannot be won.
[T]he U.S. is really being unreasonable this time, making things difficult for a strong ally.
The trade agreement that China and the United States recently reached highlights the importance of these two economic superpowers internationally.
[T]he migration problem remains one of the most important pre-election struggles for the highest public post in America.
The U.S. has paid an unprecedented amount of attention to this election in Taiwan.
Soleimani’s death is just an element in the game between the United States and Iran aimed at stabilizing bilateral relations.
Terrorist and executioner for some, hero and symbol of Iranian pride for others, Qassem Soleimani can be associated with all the victories and ... all the horrors of the Islamic Republic.
[M]any in Washington do not want to allow Russia the profits that it would make with its natural gas, partly because America would rather sell its own gas to Europe and the Russians.
Worryingly, one interpretation of Trump’s threats is that the U.S. administration is using state measures to defend private business strategies.