European leaders yearn for stability in U.S. foreign policy.
No country is safe, it seems.
This shift was underway since well before the Trump presidency.
European diplomats in Washington look for workarounds. They have more faith than many of us do that the U.S. can survive Trump.
After the president's first trip abroad, allies say they can no longer depend on America.
Her remarks come days after Trump's awkward summit with the continent's leaders.
“No doubt, this will be the most challenging G7 summit in years.”
Richard Maher, European University Institute President Donald Trump meets in Brussels today with leaders from the European
Richard Maher, European University Institute The results of one of the most divisive and unpredictable presidential contests
The European union and Turkey cannot afford to further strain their relationship. Vera Kratochvi/PublicDomain Rinna Kullaa
The Vice President promised "unwavering" commitment to the NATO military alliance.