President Trump’s Iran policy took a dramatic turn when the US killed Iran’s top military commander in a drone strike. To avoid war, one foreign policy scholar says Trump has to reverse his stance.
This is playing with fire and what could occur.
The West have interfered in Arabic situations for a number of years being Iraq, Syria, Lybia and others, when the Government of the day that the West did not wish to be there, all hell was let loose as the West does not understand Arabic politics, interference can create worse situations.
Then interfering with economics, the Dollar maybe powerful, but if it is used for political purposes, there could well be qa move to a more convenient currency to replace the Dollar for economic trade.
In any of these instances and there may be others, what could be the outcomes and the results may not be beneficial for America.
Is the current Korean situation the result of Trump or is Kim Jong-un playing a long game, and is using Trump for their own ends.
Trump is a naive novice in politics and believes bluster will achieve all he wishes, but political situations are not similar to Boardroom conflicts, although it may appear to be.
We will have to wait and see in all these aspects, but if it all turns out as disasters it may be not only the end for Trump, but the World as we know it, from which there may be no return and life will not be the same, that is, if there is still life.
President Trump’s administration appears set to wage economic war against Iran in order to bring about “regime change.”
The pattern would be the economic war the U.S. government has waged against Venezuela, which has crashed that country’s economy and created desperate poverty.
Top members of the Trump administration have long been committed to overthrowing the Iranian government. But they’re not going to get the American public and Congress to support war with Iran.
What’s left is covert warfare, subsidizing dissidents and rebels in Iran, and economic warfare, using U.S. financial power to punish businesses that do business with Iran.
Because most international trade is done in U.S. dollars, and because most transactions in dollars go through U.S. banks, the U.S. government is in a position to do great damage to businesses and business owners that displease it.
This comes at a price, though. Each time the U.S. government forces…
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