U.S. & Europe

Transatlantic tensions

Print edition : March 03, 2017

Protesters in London during the Women’s March on January 21. Nearly 100,000 people are thought to have joined the London leg of the worldwide march, making it the largest outside the U.S. Photo: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

German Chancellor Angela Merkel (left) with British Prime Minister Theresa May during a European Union summit on February 3 in Valletta, Malta. Theresa May has attempted to position herself as a sort of negotiator or bridge between the U.S. and Europe. Photo: MATTHEW MIRABELLI/AFP

The public opposition to Trump has entered the formal political world too. European states are cautious in their response to the new U.S. administration.
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