If Trump actually suspended the agreement, he would bring about more unrest in the Middle East, alienate allies and endanger the political credibility of the U.S. in international relations.
<i>Donald Trump has until Oct. 15 to certify that Tehran is complying with the agreement, but there are alarming indications that he plans not to.</i>
The onslaught of President Donald Trump’s plans to reverse or abandon agreements of cooperation and interconnection with the rest of the world has been notable: the [Read more]
Most of the steps taken so far ... fit into Trump’s obsession with destroying the legacy of his predecessor.
Tonight, Trump proved that America today is facing a huge gap between historical realities, legal and international structures, and even its European allies
Rouhani says it is becoming “quite clear” which government is “rogue” and which country is “trampling international law