Europe, together with China and Russia, is honoring the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran.
Donald Trump and Giuseppe Conte speak the same language but don’t have a lot in common.
Europe needs to circle the wagons, deepen defense cooperation and uphold liberal norms.
Those 35,000 soldiers serve American, not German, interests.
The country’s new government argues that a trade pact with Canada doesn’t do enough to protect agricultural products.
If Europe is independent and strong, it could challenge the United States. If it is weak, it could not resist China.
The president insults America’s allies, harms trade and rehabilitates Russia. Vladimir Putin couldn’t have asked for a better friend.
Europe retaliates against Donald Trump’s aluminum and steel tariffs. Where do transatlantic relations go from here?
Europe stays in the Iran deal and conditions trade talks on a permanent exemption from tariffs.
Donald Trump’s unilateral withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal has put Europe’s leaders on the spot.