Will the US’ Exit from the JCPOA Take Us Back To 2004?
In November 2004, the three European powers (Britain, France, and Germany) known as European Troika, secured a pledge from Iran to halt its uranium enrichment program, and Iran allowed the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to Plump and Seal all Iranian nuclear facilities.
The Revolution and its meaning
On the verge of a revolutionary situation France has not witnessed in 50 years, Emmanuel Macron tried to restore peace by making minor concessions, such as raising the minimum wage (the SMIC), improving taxation on pensions and various other minor measures.
The UN’s new global migration pact
UN members adopted the Global pact for safe, orderly and regular migration in Morocco, after 6 months of discussions between more than 150 countries
Towards the end of the Turkish-American alliance
The relationship between Turkey and the US is in the darkest hour of its history. Turkey, a member of NATO since 1952, is deepening its ties with Russia and Iran, countries the US defines as absolute enemies.
The migrant caravan and the crisis on the Mexican-American border
From the beginning of his presidential campaign in 2016, Donald Trump created an important shift in political rhetoric regarding immigration. The shift coincided with a protectionist turn on economic matters including reviewing trade agreements with China, Mexico, Canada, and Europe