What the U.S. truly means by this decision is that it no longer respects the rights of the people of the world, including the American people themselves.
[T]he U.S. is not even trying to conceal the fact that the conflict over recognizing the Armenian genocide is essentially a political issue.
All the young people who took to the streets in 2011 during the Arab Spring would do good to hide or flee if they can.
[I]f it was so predictable that this invasion would take place ... how was it that the Americans were so ill-prepared?
The campaign promise, which was made a priori without in-depth knowledge of the issues, was incompatible with the geopolitical interests of the U.S. and with international security.
[T]he U.S. presence in Syria is illegal ... But who cares about international law in our time?!
The belief that the U.S. needs only to retreat into its “American fortress” to avoid peril is an illusion. Attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon should teach us a lesson.
The chinks in Trump’s armor will not stop his most loyal allies in Congress from continuing to defend him tooth and nail.
It is assuredly one of Donald Trump’s worst foreign policy decisions.