Though Trump’s foreign policy seems chaotic at first glance, it is in fact based on a very consistent principle.
Today, Trump clearly hopes to solve the outstanding problems [of the Middle East] with unilateral action, done deals and force.
It’s ... important to remember and understand that in the U.S., there is no single and synchronized policy on Russia.
<i>It must be hard for the regime to explain direct talks with the nemesis, the United States, to its own people.</i>
In a joint press conference with Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, who was recently on a visit to Washington, U.S. President Donald Trump responded to a journalist’s question that he is ready [Read more]
<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]
If the real objective of the Trump administration is to accelerate a regime change in Iran ... there are those who advise caution.
Now, regime hard-liners are gleefully rubbing their hands — Trump has put them back in the saddle.