President Trump’ recent strikes against terrorist leader
Qassem Soleimani have foreign policy observers applauding his action.
Tom McTague from The Atlantic writes that Trump’s strike completely upended the Obama era complacency towards Iran by taking decisive action. This approach was abandoned by the slower and often weaker responses during the Obama administration, which relied heavily on diplomacy and waiting for allies rather than taking immediate action.
While the long-term implications are unclear, in one stroke President Trump has shown Iran’s weakness to respond to such an attack while also taking out a major terrorist leader. These are undeniable positives for the world’s safety.
Read more at The Atlantic