By now, the new president of the United States of America has managed to win the title of the most controversial and contentious head of state in the history of the global superpower.
Aside of the domestic policies that have caused an unparalleled polarization in the streets of the country, the foreign policy of Mr. Donald Trump has been a matter of controversy and vocality on the international platform and especially amongst the classic allies of the United States.
The appraisal and rebuttal of various leaders he has undergone in the few month of his presidency are contradicting to all former stances taken by previous White House administrations and more precisely the ethical framework that has been advocated by the U.S in the last century of hegemonic rule.
The intensification initiated by the head of Oval Office in various animus countries to his nation, have created a prevailing and heated debate on the international diplomatic platform.
The North Korean nuclear program, specifically, has seen several approaches of diplomatic negotiations undertaken by the past president of the United States of America, ranging from Bill Clinton’s “negotiations”, to President George W. Bush’s “ International sanctions” arriving to President Barack Obama’s “Strategic Patience”.
Though, the newly elected Republican strongman has vowed to denuclearize North Korea, threatening with military solutions that could lead to unknown and unpredictable dimensions of global tension.
An honor to meet him
“If it would be appropriate for me to meet with him, I would absolutely,” he said. “I would be honored to do it. If it’s under … the right circumstances. But I would do that” a statement given by President Donald Trump in a CBS interview a few days ago, attempting surprisingly a more diplomatic approach than his previous remarks.
In the astonishing interview he gave to the cable TV network, the president started to acknowledge the capacity of leadership and intelligence of the North Korean leader, raising questions on the contradicting stances he is taking in his foreign policy approach.