The American president has not proved quite the ally Moscow may have expected.
With the U.S. trying to step out of some of the most important issues at the meeting, the German Chancellor was forced to play negotiator and host.
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But the U.S. secretary of state warned “we don’t have many good options left” if it fails.
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The people who help bridge the language gap in meetings like Friday’s Trump-Putin summit serve as confidants, fact-checkers, and de facto diplomats.
The pagan Ivana Kupala night celebrated in Ukraine, the Wife-Carrying World Championship in Finland, G20 meetings and protests in Germany, and much more.
Officials from the two countries had differing accounts of what happened in the more than two-hour meeting.
The problem was not so much the speech as the speaker.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will fly to Kuwait next week to meet with officials mediating the talks.
His brand of crony capitalism has come to define the status quo in Russia.
The president’s speech in Warsaw was notable for its seeming indifference to the American idea.
When the president says being Western is the essence of America’s identity, he’s in part defining America in opposition to some of its own people.
President Trump says Beijing isn’t doing enough, but it’s difficult to measure the country’s actual influence.
Eight months of warfare have taken an enormous toll on Iraq’s second city and its citizens.
The president avoids outright denials of inconvenient facts, preferring to cast doubt through innuendo and misdirection.
The administration has chosen the precise moment when it needs Beijing’s help to throw a succession of sharp elbows in China’s direction.
The president also reaffirmed his commitment to NATO’s mutual-defense pact.
The lesson of the Iraq War is that progressives must challenge the GOP’s hawkish maximalism regardless of the political cost.
The president said “something will have to be done about” the Kim Jong Un regime’s actions.