The international community almost unanimously opposes the U.S. blockade against Cuba.
[T]rump made the mistake of cornering Iran, telling it to either surrender or put itself in a financial chokehold.
[W]hen it comes to foreign policy, where it is preferable to be two or three steps ahead, Donald Trump is more of a brawler than a chess player.
Whatever is feeding Iranian delusions that the U.S. will not attack Iran or its militias is wrong.
The decision by the U.S. to send troops to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates ... has provoked an inevitable increase in tension in the area.
At the Group of Seven summit in the French resort town of Biarritz (from August 24 to August 26) US President Trump raised the prospect of meeting Iran’s President Rouhani, whom he called a “great negotiator.” His comments followed diplomatic efforts by French President Emmanuel Macron, who sought to mediate [Read more]
[E]conomic sanctions imposed by the Trump administration ... have negatively affected the life of Venezuelans.
Nuclear matters have exacerbated over the weekend. A year after US President Donald Trump decided to pull out from the West’s nuclear agreement with Iran, the government in Tehran has begun injecting uranium gas into advanced centrifuges in violation of its nuclear deal with world powers.
While the International [Read more]
The U.S., like the West as a whole, continues to adopt a highly inconsistent policy toward Russia.
More and more countries are aware that Trump's maximum pressure campaign against Tehran is not sustainable.