It is said that American President Ronald Reagan did not like to talk about foreign policy and instead preferred to tell jokes and narrate stories about him and his wife Nancy. Despite this, his administration changed the face of the world as we know it today and plenty has been written about the Reagan Doctrine.
This almost applies to Trump who spends a lot of time posting on Twitter and fighting the media. Despite this annoying fuss, the structures of Trump’s doctrine on foreign policy have began to form in a clearer way than before, especially after firing Tillerson and McMaster. In order to understand this doctrine we must highlight previous wrong analyses and we must also compare it to the doctrines of his predecessors Obama and George W. Bush.
Trump did not become the Mussolini of America but his foreign doctrine, despite its flaws, proved it’s more realistic than Bush’s and braver than Obama’sMamdouh AlMuhaini