Whether this upheaval is due to a technological revolution, a clash of civilizations,etc., the trend is set to continue.
The old conundrum of who to call if you want to speak to “Europe” now applies to “the West” as a whole.
Disarray in Europe and U.S. Leaves a Leadership Vacuum in ‘the West’
Mattis doesn’t work in close proximity to the White House, and rarely gives press conferences or interviews.
Attendance at Dec. 9 GCC summit watched for signs of repair.
The global summit communique, with its negotiations over square brackets and the placement of commas, is in danger of extinction.
Hurtling Toward The Next Diplomatic Car Crash: Balance of Power
The weekend exposed tensions with U.S. allies in Europe over Trump’s decision to pull out of the 1987 Nuclear Forces Treaty.
Versailles settlement shows need for more ‘realism’ today
Facing U.S. sanctions and tariffs, Moscow and Beijing are finding lots of common ground.
As Trump Moves to Scrap Nuclear Treaty, Europe Asks: Why So Fast?
Turkey’s President Erdogan was the first leader who articulated outrage after Khashoggi disappeared.
France demanded more information, while Germany put arms sales to the oil-rich nation on hold.
Less Isolated, Russia's Putin Tries a Wait-and-See Approach
Strongarm Leaders Make for Strange Bedfellows
Missing Fingers and Secret Handshakes: Turkey’s Case Against an American Pastor
Turkey’s Weird U.S.-Pastor Case Is Far From Over
China aims to expand its influence from one polar cap to the other. Debt, demographics and a middle income trap stand in the way.
Can China Afford to Be The World’s Next Superpower?
Is EU Friend, Foe or Both? We'll See When Juncker Meets Trump