Diplomacy is much more complex and depends on international balances that require stability and trust between the powers involved.
United States intervention is necessary for stability in the Middle East.
By no means will all of the words Donald Trump uttered during his couple of days in the Middle East come true, but all of the arms contracts are certain to be fulfilled.
Political analyst Avigdor Eskin on Donald Trump’s first foreign trip.
President Trump’s first foreign trip brought him unchallenged triumph in the promotion of the U.S. defense industry’s interests. The $110 billion arms sale to Saudi Arabia can help him adjust relations with the U.S. establishment, which is [Read more]
Did he act out of gross incompetence or was he compromised by the Kremlin?
Who does the United States’ first billionaire president turn to when he needs advice? To other billionaires, so says today’s Jerusalem Post. And the two billionaires whom Donald Trump trusts most, especially when needing to define America’s policy with Israel, are Sheldon Adelson and Ronald Lauder.
The United States in the hands of Trump is like Spain in the hands of Carlos the Bewitched, last of the House of Austria, and the symbol of the decadence of the empire.
American policy ... has bet on successive U.S. administrations and now Trump to solve the problem, despite their blatant bias toward the enemy.
Inertia means stability and lack of movement. But sometimes things move very quickly, and do so repeatedly so as to seem rigid to the lazy eye. For example, the Palestinian situation seems frozen, although it has been moving with great speed. It has gone down a virtual black hole, which swallows it in a deliberate [Read more]