US President Donald Trump has raised questions about security in Europe, particularly in France. He has described visiting Paris as 'risky'. But tourists actually visiting Paris have other ideas.
From nationalism to NATO spending, the trans-Atlantic relationship under US President Donald Trump is worse than it has been in decades. But, note practitioners and scholars, it doesn't have to stay that way.
In December, Trump reversed decades of US policy to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu termed the decision "historic" during his meeting with US president on Monday.
On his first official visit to India, President Macron said he wants France to be India's foremost partner in Europe. Trade, security and climate change were high on the agenda during talks between Macron and India's PM.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is heading for talks with French President Macron, the man slowly assuming her role as Europe's leading figure. But with EU and eurozone reforms on the table, both still need each other.
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