Imagining US foreign policy beyond 2020 means learning from past mistakes. While new narratives are taking hold, politicians on the American left and right …
The reelection of Donald Trump is not only possible, it is likely. So far at least, there’s no convincing answer to the question: Who …
Trump’s provocations and bullying grab the headlines. But there are also structural factors causing transatlantic tension.
According to insiders, Donald Trump threatened to pull the US out of NATO at a testy Brussels summit. The alliance is on shakier ground than ever before.
The US-Europe partnership living in a powder keg, and many fear that at the NATO summit in Brussels next week, Donald Trump will light a match.
US President Donald Trump has no time for the EU or Angela Merkel. That’s one reason she’s finally talking about EU reform.
France and Germany urgently need to forge a common strategy to deal with US trade conflicts.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is visiting the White House with a bit of baggage.
The US has given up its global leadership role: the consequences for 2018.
America‘s left and right have embraced Scandinavia. Neither is quite right.
US President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel stand for conflicting conceptions of the West.
At Hamburg’s G20 summit Trump’s noisy tweets were surpassed by China’s quiet diplomacy.
The format’s survival is not worth caving in to Donald Trump’s bullying.
Trump’s European tour and Merkel’s beer tent rally have left leaders facing uncharted territory.
Impeachment speculation is terrifying European NATO allies.
Trump’s first hundred days in office have indicated what his priorities will be over the coming years. Transatlantic relations are unlikely to get smoother.