It remains unclear whether the president truly understands the intricacies of international diplomacy.
It will be curious to those Western analysts obsessed with cultural differences that the roots of their anti-Occidental consciousness may very well reside in the West’s old enemy: Marxism.
If the present strategy toward Al-Shabaab is either ineffective or actively making matters worse, then it should be drastically revised.
Friendly foreign relations must not be at the expense of national interest and international standing.
Extremism in the Middle East is a complex problem generated by numerous issues. The connecting thread, however, is that of the alienated youth.
Without the ability to pursue sanctions as a policy direction, the European Union would be forced to consider a much softer tone with Russia.
Filipinos hoping their new strongman president can help them tackle the very real issues of poverty and security are likely to be disappointed.
Without a coordinated plan of action for Syria, there will soon be nothing left for the international community to save.
Donald Trump has won the election. What now?