<i>U.S. President Donald Trump sharply criticized Iran. He accused Tehran of “supporting terrorism.” How far can Washington go in its confrontation with Tehran? What kind of losses can both sides suffer from? Political expert Georgy Bovt gives his explanation to these and other questions on this topic.</i>
It is obvious that Washington thinks the effect of increasing and generating hard American power is worth any losses from abandoning international cooperation.
The U.S. has done the mullahs a big favor.
<i>The expert on America, Ivan Kurilla, explains why the U.S. decided to withdraw from UNESCO.</i>
The U.S. reduced contributions in 2011 after the Palestinian Authority was admitted as a member of UNESCO. The United States has not paid its contributions for six years. Withdrawing from the organization is simply the [Read more]
All those who, perhaps, at the beginning of Trump's time in office had hoped that the populist would grow into his office and take his responsibility for his country and the world seriously are now disappointed. Sad!
Trump’s debut on the United Nations podium has confirmed that the president lacks a strategic vision of the world and the role a superpower like the United States should play in it.
We face the very real prospect of a nuclear war triggered by an addled Twitter feed and North Korea’s equally preposterous propaganda arm.