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Trump is Wile E. CoyoteCarlin makes a point that applies to many foreign-policy problems around the world."Heavy-handed" is one word for Trump's foreign policy. A tougher agreement would be better, certainly, but to achieve it, Trump seems willing to risk having no agreement, which would be much worse.Trump rightly values his close relationship with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman.At a conference here sponsored by the German Marshall Fund (of which I'm a trustee), Bruce Stokes presented a new Pew Research Center survey showing trans-Atlantic leaders believe U.S. relations with Europe are even worse than they feared a year ago -- with 60 percent seeing discord on economic issues, 84 percent on diplomacy and 66 percent on security.As for Russia and China, America's two great power rivals, what strategy has Trump adopted? Like Wile E. Coyote, Trump doesn't seem to understand why the dynamite stick keeps blowing up in his hand.
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