Trump has managed to pull the wool over his voters’ eyes by attacking the decisions made by his predecessor in a systematic and almost obsessive manner.
It could be said that Trump’s decision not to recertify the agreement is his attempt to save face.
So far, Iran has not responded to the shock of the new strategy announced by President Donald Trump. All the reactions from Tehran are confined to the repeated verbal threats that everyone is accustomed to not taking seriously, even threats to Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, who is the Iranian regime's "reformist." Zarif [Read more]
European leaders are well aware of the importance of the JPCOA. Now they must act accordingly to save it.
Nature abhors a vacuum, so the American disengagement in Asia, as well as on the global stage, leaves the field open to Beijing.
In a country lacking any real leadership from the sitting president, former presidents have a newly important role to play.
The world as we know it has grown accustomed to a certain type of president who engages in campaigns against presidents from other parties; they walk behind their predecessors carrying an eraser to erase or adjust what has been accomplished so far. Trump might be one of them. He is following Obama’s path with an [Read more]