[T]he decision is just the most recent in a context of contempt for multilateralism promoted by President Donald Trump since the beginning of his presidential campaign.
He flaunts his power, because he can — always with the goal of drawing as much attention to himself as possible. And that's easy to get when you casually sow destruction.
One can’t discuss regional cooperation if the Palestinian-Israeli conflict file is neglected.
The Americans, according to experts, are retreating. The current world is made for new leaders.
Experts had predicted that the post-Cold War era would be one of reconciliation and cooperation, while Trump views the world as a field of competing dangers.
Once more, we see a cruel demonstration, as in the 1930s, that democracies can also produce monsters.
If all hell breaks loose in the Middle East, there will be repercussions for us (South Korea).
Donald Trump clearly could not care less about balancing interests. The only foreign policy deal he is happy with is one that makes him feel like he has won.