Trump: A New Vision of the Middle East

The last Trump-Macron Summit was a masterpiece of communication. The two men multiplied their signs of complicity and intimacy in front of the cameras. To indicate the strength of their relationship, The French president even declared, “We are two Mavericks.” In addition, both criticized the difficulties imposed by the political system, while emphasizing that they have never been politicians to be used, nor were they part of a partisan machine.

Yet the president of the United States did not surrender: not on the climate, nor on Iranian nuclear energy, nor on trade protectionism, nor on any subject. He did not stop repeating, emulating Macron: “I do what I say.” In his first year in office, Donald Trump has received the fiercest criticism. International observers have not tired of repeating that he is “unpredictable.” But a foreign policy is judged by its results.The so-criticized “extremism” against North Korea has not led to a nuclear war. On the contrary, under pressure, China managed to convince its ally to accept negotiations for denuclearization, something unthinkable a few months ago.

via Trump: A New Vision of the Middle East

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