President Erdogan will speak straight after President Trump during the UN General Assembly – it’ll be interesting to observe how their speeches will differ from each other.
On Monday, the UN called for an investigation and prosecution of Myanmar’s top military officials for genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes against Rohingya Muslims.
World politics is presently going through an extensive transition process, which is directly reformulating the existing balances among global powers.
The first mission for the leaders of the Islamic world would be to display unwavering solidarity with the Palestinian cause and oppose unilateral provocations to determine the international status of Al-Quds.
Interpersonal violence needs to be taken into consideration on a serious level as it can result in not only lifelong physical and psychological health issues for the victim but also can generate societal as well as economic risks for society as a whole.
The U.S. is nowadays subverting the “liberal order” that it established, and obviously, it will have difficulty dealing with the chaos it created even in the short run.
Decreasing its financial contribution to other actors is reflective of the U.S. abandoning its global hegemonic position.
The Trump doctrine, which glorifies U.S. selfishness, should serve as a reminder to all of the administration’s allies how quickly Trump could turn his back on them, provided they are willing to recognize the signs.
It seems the recent antics of U.S. President Donald Trump and Co. in the Middle East around the critical issue of Jerusalem will bring down the new wave of American unilateralism earlier than many expected.
The U.N. vote on Jerusalem that rejected Trump’s declaration seems to harm the U.S.’s ties with member countries.