Trump and a Watching World
Allies and adversaries of the United States, and the countries in between, were fixated on the election of Donald Trump and the early days of his presidency. Consider these voices from six key countries and what their reactions say about the U.S. – and about themselves.
The Entitled: Why the Kremlin Had Such Big Expectations for a Trump Presidency
President Trump's early popularity in Russia owed much to the Kremlin’s concerns about its own standing in the world.
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For North Koreans, the War Never Ended
North Korea portrays Americans as masters of torture to reinforce its leaders’ desire to keep the war alive. That certainly hasn't changed in the early days of the Trump administration.
Trump Finds Support in Britain’s Brexit Capital
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