The preceding Trump Administration saw a unprecedented surge in U.
From one side, the Saudis want to appear like they’re breaking away from the zero-sum approach they pursued towards Iran during the days of Donald Trump’s administration, while the Iranians benefit from a semblance of regional diplomacy to try and keep “regional matters” away from the negotiation table in Vienna.
-led liberal international order and unipolarity, for which 2016 is often considered as the turning point with Brexit and Donald Trump’s election in the United States.
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Perhaps the most damaging was the way in which Donald Trump won the 2016 elections in the United States whilst pushing for a complete and total shutdown of all Muslims entering the country.
As China rises, NATO finds itself at unease.
Read: Will the Biden Administration Continue Trump’s Abraham Accords Legacy?On the other hand, the relationship between Iraq and Israel is not strong due, among other reasons, to the influence of Iran, Israel’s archrival, in the country.
intelligence agency’s Khashoggi report was prepared in 2019, but it was not disclosed by the Trump administration.
However, AI is a military trump card with a major impact on global AI competition and the concomitant strengthening of national security.
Former President Trump had gone so far as to say, “Mental illness and hatred pull the trigger, not the gun.
Iran began to host Taliban fighters and commanders in Iran, extended some weapons and other supplies to the militants, and even tried to insert themselves into the Afghan peace process brokered by the Donald Trump administration in 2019.
During Trump's presidency, Tehran's relations with these two countries deteriorated.
administration under Joe Biden is determined to prioritize Asia, to deal with its own domestic issues, and to push for diplomacy in the Middle East, unlike the preceding Trump administration.
administrations, and intensified by the Donald Trump administration to maximum pressure, and which the Biden administration so far has done nothing tangible to alleviate, Iran was not in a position to refuse negotiation.
This would be a welcome about-face from years of futile efforts by presidents Obama, Trump, and Biden to discourage European and Asian countries from partnering with the multinational banks and consortiums that have sprung up to support New Silk Road projects.
But in reality, with the problem of racism, white supremacism, social polarization, a global pandemic, economic recession, the decline of American military power, and, most importantly, Trumpism (with 72 million Americans voting for Donald Trump), it is not hard to agree with the creators of the show that there is a tough road ahead for the United States of America regardless of its administration.