The shift of axis in U.S. foreign policy is the root cause of the deterioration of relations between Ankara and Washington.
There are many apparent reasons to comprehend the isolation of the U.S. among its allies, but McMaster’s answer for this is really worth giving an ear to.
Even in Washington, this new devotion of some U.S. officials to the YPG at the expense of the majority of the Syrian population and at the expense of a NATO ally started to be questioned.
U.S. officials underestimating Turkey’s security concerns on its Syrian border damages NATO allies Turkey and the U.S.’s bilateral relations.
Turkish public is now considering the reckless attitude of U.S. foreign policy more than a consequence of an interagency dispute or the running of the U.S. strategy by some officials who had serious shortsightedness in relation to a NATO ally.
The Trump administration backing PKK-affiliated YPG terrorists near the Turkish border is an unacceptable move that will end bilateral relations with Ankara.
Under the Trump administration, relations between the U.S. and U.K. have been far-stretch from a traditional “ally” approach.
The Trump administration needs to understand the gravity of the state of the U.S.’s image in Turkey and take steps to reverse this trend of isolating itself and distancing its allies’ people.
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.
In regards to the National Security Strategy, what can the “America first” approach provide for U.S. allies?