Trump has Alienated our Allies, which Weakens NATO, which Empowers our Adversaries.
By weakening NATO & Empowering our Adversaries; Trump is undermining our International Security.
In doing so; I believe Trump has Violated his Oath of Office, "to defend America from foreign enemies".
During his first meeting with Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel, President Trump appeared to ignore requests from the media for the two leaders to shake hands.
At one point, Merkel turns to Trump and says, "they want to have a handshake," but gets no response from Trump.
CCTV America's Mike Walter also spoke to Daniel Drezner, professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, about Trump's foreign policy.
Donald Trump’s coziness with Vladimir Putin, casual talk of taking Iraq’s oil and abandoning NATO, and muddled messaging on whether he'd deploy American troops to battle ISIS makes it easy to assume that the GOP nominee's foreign policy is a jumbled mishmash of ideas lacking any coherent philosophy.
That couldn't be more wrong. In fact, a close look at Trump’s public comments leads to a very different conclusion: Trump has a distinct worldview that knits together many of his specific proposals. We can sum it up in a word: transactional.
"Trump's America" was a conference hosted by the UCD Clinton Institute for American Studies (05-06 May 2017), examining the political and cultural significance of Donald Trump’s election as President of the United States, and the first 100 days of his administration.
“This is going to be a much messier world that the next president is going to have to deal with,” says Council on Foreign Relations President, Richard Haass.
President Trump has introduced a large degree of unpredictability in American foreign policy through an undisciplined decision-making process and little regard to international institutions.
Interviewed at the 2017 Aspen Ideas Festival, Haass argues this level of uncertainty could result in a disruption of international order and growth in global challenges.
Issuing travel bans and withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accord are just a few key moves in Trump's first year as POTUS – Here is a look at what President Donald Trump has done for U.S. Foreign Policy in his first year in office.
Donald Trump's America First approach to foreign policy comes with global stakes, as the president angers U.S. allies with tariffs and other questionable decisions.
Jun.13 -- Elizabeth Economy, senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, discusses the tariffs being imposed on China, and President Trump's meeting with Kim Jong Un. She speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
Richard Haaass, President of the Council on Foreign Relations and author of 'A World In Disarray - American Foreign Policy And The Crisis Of The Old Order' joins Andrea Mitchell to react to President Trump’s United Nation General Assembly speech.
In this video we’re going to recap some of 2018’s standout moments in U.S. Foreign policy.
On April 6th, former Trump Administration attorney general Jeff Sessions announced the Justice Department’s new 'Zero-Tolerance' policy. The policy resulted in the separation of families who migrated to the U.S. Since it began at least 3,000 children, many of whom were toddlers and babies, have been separated from their parents or caregivers.
Then there was, the Iran Nuclear Deal. On May 8th, Trump withdrew from the landmark agreement, officially called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
On May 14th of this year — the administration made an unprecedented, and controversial move, when it relocated its Israeli embassy to the disputed city of Jerusalem, one of the issues at the very core of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
CNN's Fareed Zakaria gives his take on the Trump administration's strategy toward Iran.