Donald Trump's latest strategy decision to withdraw the United States from the nuclear agreement with Iran adds to the incomprehensibility of this administration’s foreign policy.
Such stubborn determination, with no alternative, places U.S. diplomacy on a trajectory of collision with some of its closest allies: [Read more]
For the president, politics is a game based on lies and one-sided decisions.
The leader of the Islamic Republic warned that if Washington turns its back on the pact, it will feel regret as never before in its history.
A few absurd minutes were all it took for President Orange to destroy an edifice patiently constructed by all, for the good of all.
[T]he U.S. is making a mistake by taking the course of confrontation against all the forces struggling for peaceful resolution of the problems in this region, leading to increased tensions in the Middle East.
The issues raised by Washington can be tackled, but it is wrong to destroy what was achieved in the absence of valid alternatives.