The polarized atmosphere in the U.S. keeps increasing as midterm elections approach, offering an alarming picture of the deep divisions in American society.
Turkey’s response to the Khashoggi affair has remained solid and serious since the very beginning and this stance has thwarted some from using the case as a political tool.
The incompatible approach depicted by the U.S. in regards to the Jamal Khashoggi case should be ringing alarm bells for U.S. foreign policy.
Future relations between Turkey and the U.S. will depend on the successful navigation of diplomacy around these minefields and the effective use of opportunities.
New events in world politics, and especially the changing dimensions of global security, are events that need further discussion and deliberation.
Some analysts have invented a new concept MAED – Mutually Assured Economic Destruction – in discussing U.S.-China relations, meaning that the destruction of one of the economies will lead to the devastation of the other.
“It is a rather confusing time for outside observers to understand what is taking place in the U.S. administration today. In the 20-month period since the inauguration of President Trump, the administration has experienced very rapid turnover in some key positions.”
“Other European countries, including Germany, France and Britain, also need to step up to fix the situation in Syria.”
The foreign policy makers of the Trump administration are damaging the U.S.’ prestige among its allies, leaving the country more isolated than ever.
World politics is presently going through an extensive transition process, which is directly reformulating the existing balances among global powers.