Martin discusses how this aspect of US foreign policy under the Trump administration
In solidarity with the peace making process, the Japanese are willing to suspend certain missile evacuation drills
Duque shows that he will be a faithful mouthpiece for Washington in Latin America
It's not really about whether NATO can survive, but whether it really should
Who in their right mind would be thinking that trusting whatever comes out of America is a smart move?
And we thought it was millennials who were going to kill the auto industry
Trump's protectionism is therefore protecting consumers and investors from their confidence in the stability of the market
The US is on a mission to stoke the violence inside Syria in order to justify its intervention
Iran intends to make Trump and offer he can't refuse by holding the oil supply hostage to his sanctions
This is the policy that Trump is pushing in his quest to revive America's domestic prosperity
Iran derives its strength and stability from the brave and peace-loving Iranian people
Trump's trade war aims at totally tearing down the multilateral rules based order that makes the world go around
America made these messes, now they can take responsibility for them
Can Trump be persuaded to close and stick to a deal?
Meanwhile, Trump thinks he's bolstering America's national security
In Trump's world, he can tariff other countries, but they can't respond in kind
Efforts to eliminate the terrorist threats in Syria are being hindered by the efforts of the US coalition and Israel
How much of that employment pays a wage that someone can afford to live on?
Meanwhile, the Pentagon and Israel don't have to worry about their budgets
Americans perceive public policy as good or bad not based on its merits or lack thereof, but based on whether their favored politicians backs it
There is a growing list of nations that find America to be a poor trade partner
However, under the current administration, no commitment issued by the US can be considered dependable
Assad is adamant that the price demanded by the Americans, that of absolute US hegemony, is one that Syria will never pay
This report could serve as an overture for allegations by the OPCW of chemical weapons use in Douma
Peace is bad for business, if you're the one who makes the bombs
Increasingly, the Russians are developing military components that far surpass the functionality of American made ones
Economic security, worldwide, is therefore much less certain as Trump pursues this path
These are goods which are primarily grown in states that voted overwhelmingly for Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election
After collecting a little bit of US debt last year, the Russians have decided now to start dropping it
The US President is being judged by some in a manner consistent with how Obama was judged - as a politician and not as an executive
This is the same group which posted video to social media alleging the chemical attack on Douma in April
US congressmen are concerned that a peace arrangement might be brokered with North Korea
The Europeans appear to be losing confidence that the US has the best interests of the Europeans in mind
Ankara intends to put them into active service and implement their functionality at the earliest necessity
Some US allies see this as undercutting their security in order to facilitate a deal with Pyongyang
All it would take would be some pretext alleging that Pyongyang is up to no good, and suddenly the deal could be off with the articulation...
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