Twenty-nineteen could best be described as a year when Donald Trump’s foreign policy unraveled on so many fronts. It became ever more erratic, one-sided and personalized, changing with the US president’s mood swings. The crisis, as many would call it, has been a long time in the making, and the implications will surely cast a long shadow over the new decade.
Iran has rejected the latest claims by the newly chosen High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell about recent violent riots in several Iranian cities, saying the allegations have been based on “incorrect and biased information.”
Former Ambassador of Iran to Ireland said on Thursday that the goal of Iran’s foreign policy is to foster regional convergence, which means more confidence, more trade, and greater engagement among the regional states.
As the Tory leadership race enters its final stretch, the views of the two remaining candidates on key issues, including health, education, the economy and foreign policy, is coming under intense scrutiny.
Both Democratic and Republican parties need to come up with a cohesive plan for the American foreign policy that deviates from this ‘Israel first’ foreign policy, says Mark Dankof, a former US Senate candidate.
The top foreign policy official in Britain’s opposition Labour Party has accused the government of doing almost nothing to punish Saudi Arabia for its alleged involvement in the death of a prominent journalist in Turkey last year.
Major General Qassem Soleimani, who commands the Quds Force of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), has topped Foreign Policy (FP)’s 2019 list of Global Thinkers in the defense and security field.
Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega says the United States' foreign policy is established on expansionism and oppression, noting that those countries that tend to act against Washington's will are demonized and destabilized by the White House.
US national security officials and members of Congress assure Europe's foreign policy elite that Washington remains committed to its European allies amid anxiety about President Donald Trump's approach to global affairs.
The first year of US President Donald Trump's presidency has seen an increase in an ongoing trend of democratic decline in the US and around the world, mainly due to Trump's attacks on the press and his administration’s brash foreign policy approach.