Once the Islamic State is defeated, governments will face the challenge of rebuilding.
The president believes unpredictability is an asset, but other countries see incoherence and confusion.
The president negotiates a Syrian ceasefire and concessions on trade, but Russia and the EU continue to oppose him in other ways.
The president hasn’t learned even the basics of foreign, military and trade policy, yet he insists on lecturing others.
Natural gas reserves estimated to be worth €38 billion could change minds on Cyprus.
The more the group is cornered in Iraq, the more of its sympathizers commit terrorist attacks in the West.
Pushing the Islamic State out of Mosul could bring more destruction to the capitals of Europe.