Since the U.S. withdrawal of the Iran nuclear deal, transatlantic relations have soured to a great extent.
The people who serve “Trumpian diplomacy” are ultra-radical, neocon and pro-interventionists. When the other ultra-radical leaders in the region are taken into consideration, the region’s future does not appear to be bright.
What are the legal implications of withdrawing from the Iran Nuclear Deal?
“With its great potential in natural resources such as oil and gas, Iran would have been a regional power if the country had not faced international sanctions for many years. Therefore, it can be argued that the main reason for the U.S.’s insistence on the sanctions imposed on Iran was to keep Tehran at a limited capacity in regional and global politics.”
The increasing unilateralism in U.S. foreign policy has inevitably led to the increasing isolation of the country.
The policy-makers in the White House have not been able to agree on how to take position on the protests going on in the U.S.’s long-time rival Iran.
Just as Turkey and the United States are trying to form a joint commission to address the visa crisis, a …