The Tehran government needs to think twice before taking any steps in domestic and foreign policies as internal turmoil has not ended yet.
Neither the U.S. nor the Russian President agree with analysts who claim that the rivalry between the U.S. and Russia are over.
“While the EU’s grand effort to keep the JCPOA alive seems to fail in the future, unlike the U.S., the participant countries have shown that they still maintain the channel of communication with the government of Iran.”
The outcome of NATO’s Brussels summit will demonstrate whether the U.S.-led bloc, recently shaken by Washington’s controversial policies, will secure its effectiveness in the international community.
In his attempt to undermine China’s hegemony in the Asia Pacific, Trump is harming the Western alliance.
Trump’s unilateralist foreign policy is leading the U.S. down a self-destructive path while increasing the competition and tension between global powers.
Since the U.S. withdrawal of the Iran nuclear deal, transatlantic relations have soured to a great extent.
Late Secretary of State Kissinger’s style of dealmaking may help President Trump find a way to improve on his repetitive and ineffective foreign policy strategies.
“The lesson learned by U.S. allies and partners over the last few years is that rhetoric and speeches may not matter very much when it comes to foreign policy.”
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.