Most observers are puzzled as to why British Prime Minister Theresa May is hosting a Trump visit to her country, a visit that is likely to offer opportunities for serial embarrassment to all concerned.
The country's turn to wind and solar is not only to protect the environment, although the Chinese government faced increasing urban protests if it did not clean up the air.
The secretary of state's speech on Iran lays out a wide range of Iranian behavior he would like to change, and specifies harsh U.S. financial sanctions as his instrument.
Social media is outraged by the language Western media use to describe the peacefully protesting Palestinians shot in cold blood by Israeli snipers.
The White House chief of staff is an immigrant-hating bigot, as demonstrated by a long series of draconian statements and measures.
If what the U.S. government and media are saying about Iran seems vaguely familiar, it's because we've heard it all before.