Is EU Friend, Foe or Both? We'll See When Juncker Meets Trump
In the end it was a good outcome for NATO.
Trump Leaves Open Possibility of Recognizing Crimea's Annexation
Splits over German pipeline, budgets and Turkish missiles
Trump Bump or Putin Push? NATO’s Defense-Budget Battle in Charts
The two men may not strike a grand bargain, but the EU and NATO are counting the ways the summit could go wrong.
A Russian leader is proposing an alternative to Western-style democracy. Is the Cold War back?
Erdogan has bet his re-election on the draw of his “crazy” $200 billion worth of new infrastructure projects.
There’s a gas pipeline deal to be done with Kim Jong Un. Any takers?
Kim made fewer commitments than in earlier ‘failed’ deals.
Recap: North Korea’s many promises to abandon nuclear weapons.
Trump will be under pressure to ensure the deal with North Korea is tougher than the one Obama struck with Iran.
A Win Means Different Things to Trump and Kim
Asia Sees China, and U.S., as Threats to Rules-Based Order
Qatar Stronger Than Ever a Year After Blockade, Minister Says
U.S. Under Fire For Bending the Rules
U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis described India as the “fulcrum’’ of security in the Indo-Pacific region.
Beijing sent a relatively low-level delegation to this year’s Shangri-La forum, where U.S. and its allies dominate.
In business, Trump kept many balls in the air. In international relations, that unpredictability may be a liability.
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Blame Game Starts Over North Korea Summit