America is deeply divided over president elect Donald Trump. In his victory speech, Trump promised to be a president for all Americans, especially black voters are disappointed.
Trump and Kim can both consider the summit a great success. North Korea will abandon its nuclear program for security guarantees. But a real relaxation of tensions takes time and above all trust, says Alexander Freund.
With Trump in the White House, US-Mexican relations have plummeted to abysmal depths. But with the two countries' fates intertwined, observers say Mexico has the means to stand up to its powerful neighbor in the north.
Donald Trump will become the first US president since Bill Clinton in 2000 to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos later this month. How will his "America First" message play to an audience of global elites?
The US president has been in office for a year. His critics make it far too easy for him when they unite in blind hate against all things Donald Trump, writes DW Editor-in-Chief Ines Pohl.
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