Belittling and oneupmanship, impulsive decisions taken without consultation and a White House seemingly in constant chaos are fuellng concern among America’s allies about a mercurial president operating largely alone.
[T]he irate and whimsical policies of President Donald Trump threaten to undo the crucial Iran nuclear deal signed between Iran and P5+1 (Permanent Members of the UN Security Council plus Germany).
A new roster of cabinet officers is raising serious doubts about the direction of U.S. foreign policy.
It is a constant in Trump's leadership: In difficult moments he impulsively removes himself from his environment.
It is simply astonishing that Trump has gone from threatening to 'totally destroy' North Korea in September ... to planning a cozy summit.
The image of an 'adult day care center,' where the main goal is restraining the president, is becoming clear.
<i>Word is that Gen. McMaster prevented Donald Trump from dismantling the Iran treaty. Is this a victory of diplomacy over muscle-flexing? Not at all.</i>
We have read that at the end of, shall we say, a tumultuous consultation on the nuclear deal with Iran, the American president has issued the following statement: [Read more]