Trump’s approach in this matter ... is also based upon a boorish ignorance of diplomacy, of the text’s content, and of the real goal of the signed agreement.
Trump's appearance provides an insight into a dynamic relationship that must repeatedly absorb the shocks of his instinct-driven outbursts.
With such procedures it's easy to understand why many voters, especially Republican voters, are at odds with their Washington leaders.
In opposing the USA, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu is taking an untenable position on the Iranian nuclear program. Now he comes off as a loser — at least as seen by the independent media — because of the looming majorities in Congress.
Who knows what a future Republican president in the U.S. would do? In any case, Mr. Obama has laid down a sensible path for his successors.
<i>The Vienna deal on Iran’s nuclear program does not erase 35 years of hostility between Washington and Tehran, nor does it signal their reconciliation. “It is not built on trust,” declared President Barack Obama, “it’s built on verification.” Beyond that, he’s taking Iran out of the prison of [Read more]
The perennial saga known as "Iran's nuclear program" ended with a deal marked by joyous smiles and odes of praise. The deal will doubtless add new momentum to developments in the Middle East. However, despite many experts' belief that this momentum is a positive thing, there is another point of view.