Foreign Policy

Why Education Is A Foreign-Policy Issue

Education is one of the most important forms of business transaction in the world. Sounds harsh, doesn’t it? How can education, which is really the basic need of an individual be the most expensive business transaction in the world? Unfortunately, it is true. Millions of students the world over go to foreign countries in a

What Happens to Foreign Policy After Donald Trump?

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Donald Trump has made illogical moves that have changed the foreign policy of the USA for worse, and while some of the people are trying to prevent the damage at the moment, the long-term challenges might be problematic. Dan Byman wrote in Lawfare: “Repair is hard while destruction is easy.” This is something leaders should

Trump is ruining America’s foreign policy

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President Trump’s foreign policy so far seems to be benefiting America’s opponents and leaving its allies bewildered. The conclusions of the “The Future of America’s Global Role” debate is unanimous. Current American foreign policy is erratic and is leaving plenty of space for Russia and China to exert its influence all over the globe. Lack

Donald Trump’s Foreign Policy Decisions Disregard Future

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The US moved its Israeli embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in a move that almost went unnoticed by world media but could have profound consequences on both Israel/Palestine relations and America. This step should be considered to be a historic one which could change the future of this region. But, what’s important it will

Donald Trump Greets Three Men Released By North Korea

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Tony Kim, Kim Hak-song, and Kim Dong-Chul were released from North Korea shortly after Mike Pompeo’s visit to that country ended. Three of them arrived in the United States late in the night and were greeted by Mr. President Donald Trump. All three of them exited US government airplane, showing peace signs to the gathered

These Are Donald Trump’s Foreign Policy Moves

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After President Donald Trump walked away from Iran nuclear deal, it’s clear that he has an idea of what kind of foreign policy he wants to lead. So far he showed a desire to break contracts, not to sign them. Staying true to his campaign promises his first day in the office was marked by

Trump’s missed opportunities in foreign policy

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Donald Trump conducts foreign policy the way he does everything else: aggressively, unpredictably, and with complete lack of interest or knowledge in proper diplomatic norms. Usually, this approach rarely ends well, but for Donald Trump, it almost worked. The only reason is that his bullishness is backed up by the largest economic and military power

US Foreign Policy should not be “America First”

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Donald Trump had a memorable campaign in 2016 where he painted the immigrants as villains while he praised repressive regimes such as Russia and China where human rights and freedoms America stands for are pushed aside. He showed the American people that the US is not as powerful as it used to be and that

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