It’s No Surprise That the Trump Administration’s Africa Policy Is Nonexistent. But We Should Care
With the president returning from one of the most embarrassing public displays of American diplomacy abroad, at least we can say one thing: We know dewhere President Donald Trump stands with respect to U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East and in Europe. For bad or for worse.
We even get a firm sense of where the administration’s head might be on matters involving North Korea, China and emerging economies such as India. Dictators of distant, up-and-coming totalitarian regimes like Turkey, Egypt and the Philippines get full red-carpet visits and blown-kiss invitations to Washington, D.C. (and, …