US President Donald Trump has authorized plans to impose import tariffs on steel and aluminum. The decision has caused global outrage, with many countries threatening countermeasures – sparking fears of a worldwide trade war.
Chancellor Merkel countered a storm of accusations and scorn from the far right in her first parliamentary speech since announcing this would be her last term. She also emphasized the value of international cooperation.
French President Emmanuel Macon and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have ambitious plans for the future of the European Union. But are the two countries headed in the same direction?
Profound anti-Americanism lies behind western Europe's distaste for Trump. Boris Kalnoky explains why Trump enjoys greater popularity in "new Europe."
Never before have the US midterm elections attracted so much interest abroad. Many in the EU hope that the vote will weaken US President Donald Trump. However, observers say, that could prove dangerous internationally.
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