Escalation toward a possible military showdown in the Gulf region continues.
For Trump, the wall is the perfect solution to dealing with the anxiety of his base. For these voters, the “outside” threatens the supposedly sacred world inside.
Washington has apparently understood the criticism that one cannot forget his old friends when battling a big opponent.
If Trump doesn’t give a damn about geopolitics and conducts transactions like a merchant, then we have to ask ourselves: What next?
<i>The sanctions against Iran open a new diplomatic and trading conflict between the United States and the European Union.</i>
On Monday, the first group of sanctions imposed by the United States against Iran was enforced, after Donald Trump decided to ignore the agreement reached in July 2015 between the Persian [Read more]
<i>The U.S. president seems determined to constantly praise a rival who has attempted to undermine his country in different ways. It is as if the head and the body of the country were independent from each other.</i>
Donald Trump should “check the soccer ball” that Vladimir Putin gave him during their meeting in [Read more]
Trump is the first U.S. president who seriously means to harm Europe (and Germany). Europeans cannot let this happen any longer.
It is meaningless for the international community only to grieve over the Trump administration, which does whatever it wants. It is urgent to rethink strategy.