Today, Trump clearly hopes to solve the outstanding problems [of the Middle East] with unilateral action, done deals and force.
As Tillerson’s tenure ends, Trump is forced to make decisions regarding the direction of his foreign policy.
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.
It displays its power as the strongest, but is not willing to cooperate with other countries. Will the world follow such a country?
President Trump has announced the publication of the “National Security Strategy,” the first for his administration. It is an important document that comprehensively outlines the [Read more]
[T]his is a president in reverse gear. But as he rolls backward without the rearview mirror of experience, he could run over anything.
The security strategy signals a return to an era of great-power rivalry, a vacation from which, having lasted three decades, has come to an end.
[A]lternating bromance and harsh criticism is not necessarily going to make the U.S. president credible in the eyes of China and Russia.