[The withdrawal] is a message from the U.S. to its French allies and Chinese enemies ... that Washington can still ruin any potential deal.
[T]here are compelling reasons to see that America is in decline and is withdrawing from its position as world leader.
The international community almost unanimously opposes the U.S. blockade against Cuba.
Tehran has shown that it can strike unexpectedly and painfully.
[T]rump made the mistake of cornering Iran, telling it to either surrender or put itself in a financial chokehold.
Whatever is feeding Iranian delusions that the U.S. will not attack Iran or its militias is wrong.
Manipulation of the narrative about the sabotage of the Saudi petroleum infrastructure obliges us to remember ... the lie about weapons of mass destruction.
The decision by the U.S. to send troops to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates ... has provoked an inevitable increase in tension in the area.
[T]he substance of American foreign and security policies under Trump consists of hearsay, gut feelings and remarkable ignorance.
Dealing with this asymmetrical means of waging war ... requires more tactical intuition than one can expect from a Trump.