<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]
The U.S. has neither a strategic plan nor the will to launch a war against Iran, nor could it possibly have ... signed a so-called “real deal” in such a short span of time.
Donald Trump has turned back the clock.
If the real objective of the Trump administration is to accelerate a regime change in Iran ... there are those who advise caution.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe should ask the U.S. to reconsider imposing sanctions.
Now, regime hard-liners are gleefully rubbing their hands — Trump has put them back in the saddle.
[T]rump is hardly driven by a desire to protect American interests or, as he claims, preserve “WORLD PEACE” (sic). He is solely motivated by his base personal craving to overwrite Barack Obama’s legacy.