Tag: Senate

Behind-the-Scenes Decision-Makers in American Foreign Policy

Strategic Council Online – Politics and power in the United States, due to their decentralized and distributive political structure, are influenced by the presence and activity of two groups of “formal” and “informal” actors. Formal actors are influential in the “decision-making” and executive stages, and informal actors are influential in the critical “decision-making” stage. Simply put, the United States is a place for showoff and display of various informal actors who are always trying to play an effective role in the political, economic, security, etc. arenas of the United States by considering their own interests. For example, when it is said that the president in the United States is the representative of oil and arms cartels, etc., it is not an exaggeration and refers to a phenomenon that has a long and lasting history in this country.
Hamid Khoshayand – International Affairs Analyst

US Senate’s Goal behind Reducing Trump’s War Powers on Iran

Strategic Council Online: US lawmakers and Senators pursue two key goals behind adopting the Trump War Powers Act: First, to reinstate the decisive role of the Congress in the decision-making process on war, and the second to prevent Trump’s adventurous actions against Iran.
Amir Ali Abolfatah – American Affairs Expert

Trump’s Attempt to Marginalize Impeachment Process

Strategic Council Online: An international relations professor said Trump’s team is trying to distort the allegations levelled against him by influencing the impeachment process, saying that the impeachment had left great impacts on the American public — an impact that is not tangible now but will show itself during the elections.

Trump’s Tough Times in America

Strategic Council Online: A university professor says the Democrats in the United States are hoping the Republicans will come to a conclusion during impeachment inquiry that they should get rid of Donald Trump as soon as possible. He emphasized that under the current situation, the Republicans are concerned they may lose the White House rather than worry about Trump’s re-election.