It’s as if the policy of brinkmanship that Iran has adopted has become standard in Washington as well.
President Donald Trump attacked Steve Bannon, his chief strategist up until August of last year, after a book on the White House discussed a meeting of Trump's closest aides with Russian officials in 2016. Trump said that Bannon lost his mind after he lost his job because Bannon said that Trump's son’s meeting with [Read more]
Israel is a bug sucking the blood of Palestine and its people, and the other nations are hoping for American aid.
The fact is that Trump's decision just gave terrorists another very clear excuse to continue on the path of terrorism.
The global balance of power is changing at an unprecedented rate; chess pieces advancing in a perplexing brain game, where there are those who want to maintain their position at the top as indisputably first, as well as those deliberately changing the scene via the two variables in the eternal equation for power – [Read more]
The White House implicitly rebuked Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday by announcing that President Donald H. Trump would not hold an official meeting with his Russian counterpart on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum in Vietnam, although the Kremlin has repeatedly announced the [Read more]
So far, Iran has not responded to the shock of the new strategy announced by President Donald Trump. All the reactions from Tehran are confined to the repeated verbal threats that everyone is accustomed to not taking seriously, even threats to Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, who is the Iranian regime's "reformist." Zarif [Read more]
In recent years, America has been both negligent and absent, a complex condition that won’t be solved by avoiding vital decisions.
Other than shaking his fist almost daily at North Korea and Iran, it doesn't seem like the U.S. president is in the process of forming 'definitive' foreign policy initiatives.
Kneeling baseball players are more important to Trump than people dying.