Trump’s US presidential election win sparked a hot debate among political analysts to estimate its effects on local and international politics.
On November 21, US President-elect Donald Trump met with a man that will apparently become his head of Homeland Security when he takes office in January.
A world is collapsing before our eyes,” French Ambassador to the US Gérard Araud tweeted after Trump’s victory, although he later deleted it.
president Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and moved the U.
Bilateral relations were strained by the Trump era trade wars, diplomatic crises, and Trump famously referring to COVID-19 as the “Chinese virus.
Later, The Intercept revealed that Google is reportedly supplying its artificial intelligence technology to help build a “virtual border wall” for the Trump administration—Google defended the CBP contract after the public raised concerns.
President Donald Trump, who blamed China for spreading the COVID19 virus.
In NATO-EU security relations, the distrust felt by some EU member states—especially evident during the Trump administration—has a potential to resurge in the future.
administration under Donald Trump claimed responsibility.
This policy became clearly evident during President Trump’s term.
Rodolfo Hernández, a 77-year-old engineer and Petro’s opponent, has been increasingly called the “Colombian Donald Trump” due to his simple way of delivering his anti-establishment messages and the fact that his notorious wealth was obtained mainly in the real state sector.
relations carried out at a presidential level, as was the case between Donald Trump and Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, was put on the shelf.
president was interpreted as closing the bracket opened by the Trump era in terms of U.
presidents, Obama, Trump, and the incumbent Biden, have all been fully aware of the genocidal nature of Myanmar’s persecution of the Rohingya.
The Trump administration’s policy of containing Russia in the Eastern Mediterranean, North Africa, and the Middle East by ignoring Turkey enabled Moscow to develop strategic ties and crisis management tools with Ankara.
However, one important lesson to be learned from the Ukraine crisis—as well as from the fallacy of the United States’ endless wars in West Asia, and from the four years of the Trump presidency—is that the Americans may no longer deliver on their promises.
Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the nuclear deal Despite Iran’s compliance, in May 2018, then U.
Biden is starkly different than Trump, who had given a carte blanche to the aggressive and expansionist ventures of his “favorite dictators” in the Middle East, such as those in Yemen and Libya.