In a tweet on Saturday, Sept. 7, the U.S. president called off negotiations on the withdrawal of his troops from Afghanistan. This is a major failure for Washington.
Donald Trump cannot be blamed for his commitment to keeping his campaign promises. However, he also has another obsession: to distinguish himself from [Read more]
President Donald Trump on Tuesday announced the firing of hawkish national security advisor John Bolton, a move widely seen as boosting the president’s push to negotiate with US foes in Afghanistan, North Korea and other trouble spots.
Trump, who said he had disagreed “strongly” with Bolton on policy, announced [Read more]
The trade war started by Trump in 2017 has been like spitting into the wind.
<i>While the American president suggested the idea of purchasing Greenland, this process has widely been used by the United States to enlarge its territory.</i>
It is a classic of American history. To take over a territory rich in resources, the U.S. pulls out a wad of cash. Indeed, The Wall Street Journal revealed [Read more]
[I]t is obvious that the U.S. will recognize the gravity of the situation and demand a prompt settlement from both sides.
Throughout history, American presidents have been recognized for their diverse and creative approaches to foreign policy. President Truman talked about “containing” the Soviet Union; Eisenhower, about a “new look”; Kennedy, of a “flexible response”; and Reagan, about “peace through strength.” With the [Read more]