Trump and Macron are both right: NATO as we’ve known it is obsolete; NATO as it stands with Trump as president of its greatest power is, yes, brain dead.
The first lady returned to London the same way she left it: wearing truly ridiculous clothing.
NATO was desperate for a quiet week, but Trump was in no mood to play nice, treading on local sensitivities and getting into it with President Macron of France.
On the territorial fringes of the alliance, where European military might is at its thinnest, an overconfident Putin might exploit the weakness to conduct a new “hybrid” war.
Are we in for a major realignment because Trump has forgotten who America’s friends are? Almost certainly not. And here’s why.
The American president’s repeated embrace of tyrants, most recently at the G-20 and with Kim Jong Un at the DMZ, shatters what little confidence in the U.S. Europeans had left.
Moscow is growing belligerent in its quest to pry open the icy route to the Atlantic. The U.S. and Britain are racing to catch up, but is it too late?