The 45th President took office, storming against many laws, refusing major alliances in Europe and Asia, ridiculing international organizations such as the UN. But after the inauguration of the trump steadily changed course on these fronts.
The people's President has now joined NATO, confirmed relations with allies, strengthened international norms against the use of chemical weapons by bombing Syria and has sent more American troops to help curb global conflicts.
Almost 100 days after trump went to the White house, rejecting the international system, trump, it seems, assumes the traditional foreign policy role of the President of the United States - as the biggest defender of this system.
Analysts in Washington and abroad saying that there are a number of factors, including the reality of the fight against global events, calls of foreign leaders and the emergence of experienced foreign politicians in positions of government. But some warn that the President, with no experience of foreign policy is reactive and tactical leader, who still lacks a strategic vision.
Every President is a learning curve, and trump is no exception.
"No school for President," said Aaron David Miller, a former middle East peace negotiator for the State Department, now located in the Wilson Center. "For me, the problem is, if he learns? This is a key question."
Earlier this month, trump hinted at the difference between the campaign and involvement in this world. The most urgent task of the President of the security can be North Korea, which is ready to conduct a sixth nuclear test in the face of increasingly aggressive pursuit of nuclear weapons and their means of delivery. Trump wants China to help.
Trump tweeted at the weekend: "Why do I have to name China currency manipulator when they work with us on the issue of North Korea?"
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