A Deal for Trump and Juncker
When the EU leader visits Washington this week, the talk should be on standing united against China.
If the fate of the 20th century was decided in the West, the fate of the 21st will be decided in Asia. In recognition of this, the Trump administration is refocusing U.S. policy to counter a rising China. To be successful, the U.S. will need to muster as many partners as it can in the region lately called the “Indo-Pacific.” An unlikely potential ally, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, arrives in Washington this week.
Despite transatlantic tensions, there is increasing convergence between U.S. and European...