US-South Korea-Japan security cooperation has long been a study in frustration.
In this episode, the Trump administration digs in. This week the United States filed separate complaints against China, the EU, Canada, Mexico, and Turkey.
Once again, the Western Balkans is producing more history (and intrigue) than it can consume.
Russian military exercises in Transnistria have grown into larger-scale events.
In virtually all his comments since July 9, Erdogan has emphasized the imperative of making government function more efficiently and rapidly in line with the requirements of “New Turkey.”
Neither the history of trade disputes nor the political goals of the United States and China suggest that the current contest of wills is likely to end soon.
The nuclear energy industry is struggling to survive. We are not the first to say this and we will not be the last.