Republicans propose to take health care away from low-income Americans and give a tax break to the rich.
Nick Ottens is an author and political analyst from the Netherlands who specializes in political trends in Europe and North America. He owns and edits the Atlantic Sentinel and was formerly a Europe correspondent for The Prague Post and a project manager for the Wikistrat consultancy. He lives in Barcelona, Spain.
The best way to refute allegations of collusion would be for the president to condemn Russia’s exploits. Yet he won’t.
The new French president sets a red line and criticizes Barack Obama for not enforcing his.
Jeff Sessions suspects — but doesn’t know — that a softer approach to drugs has led to higher crime.
By refusing talks, the Dutch left gives liberal parties no choice but to negotiate with the Christian right.
It’s not an auspicious start for the new French president, but at least he is rid of a potential troublemaker.
Both sides have been two-faced about their intentions in the conflict. This could not go on forever.
The $12 billion weapons deal comes only weeks after the president reprimanded Qatar for aiding Islamists.
The president must convince the less prosperous half of his country that liberal reform will benefit them too.
The chancellor rules out membership of the European single market, condemning Britain to a “hard” Brexit.
Labor lost the election, but it may be the only acceptable partner to the parties that want to form the next government.
Austria and Germany exhort the United States not to sanction companies involved in Nord Stream 2.