[T]he main question is, who will replace Bolton?
Trump loves to surround himself with hawks...
US. President Donald Trump was made fun of, humiliated or despised even before he was elected. Today, however, it has become a common trend in analyses and interpretations about him. Much can be said of his active use of Twitter or his frequent viewing of Fox News and his failure to be a successful orator and the like. [Read more]
Energy always plays an important role in U.S. foreign policy. By following a policy of energy security at home and in the American hemisphere, President Donald Trump's administration can increase opportunities for itself aboard. One of the Trump administration's goals from renewed sanctions against the Iran energy [Read more]
It has taken one month for United States President Donald Trump to go from claiming Prime Minister Narendra Modi had asked him to mediate on Kashmir to declaring it was a matter best left for India and Pakistan to resolve on their own. New Delhi can pat itself for beating off yet another unwanted diplomatic advance, [Read more]
ince coming to power in late 2016, U.S. President Donald Trump has spared no effort in attacking the Palestinian people and their legitimate and inalienable rights. Starting with the recognition of Jerusalem as "eternal" capital of Israel, relocating the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, the pro-Israel president [Read more]
A complex three-way deterrence is at work between the US, Iran and the EU, one that Israel could upset, even if it lasts without war
Liberal democracy had triumphed. Mankind had reached the final stage of socio-political evolution, with political and economic liberalism as the ultimate system for governing modern societies.
That triumphalist view, however, is now dead. Globalisation is in retreat. Nationalism, populism, nativism and religious [Read more]
[I]t is obvious that the U.S. will recognize the gravity of the situation and demand a prompt settlement from both sides.