domenica 4 giugno 2017

(John L. Allen Jr.) Right now, it doesn’t seem much like hyperbole to say the political relationship between the United States and Europe appears to be on the brink of unraveling. At the very least, ties across the Atlantic are facing serious new strains. This week, U.S. President Donald Trump announced a pullout from the Paris climate change agreement, drawing a stern (and unusually unified) reaction from Germany, France, and Italy. That came on the heels of a difficult collision at the G7 with Chancellor Angela Merkel (...)