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Washington's hegemonic ambitions multiplied

2018 year has finally indicated Trump's foreign policy milestones, RISS expert Ilya Kravchenko said. "The initial assessment of the foreign policy doctrine of the 45th US President as isolationist was not justified. All classic isolationists remained in the early 20th century and are unlikely to return. Washington's hegemonic ambitions have not disappeared, but only multiplied," he underscored.

Beijing not yielding to Washington's pressure

The US president has introduced additional duties on Chinese goods worth $200 billion, but Beijing will not yield to Washington's provocations, RISS expert Vyacheslav Kholodkov said. "Until now, China have taken a hardline stance on trade. It must have taken into account the Japanese sad experience," he suggested.

Maidan for Managua: Washington May Be Planning Revolution Scenario for Nicaragua

Washington has moved one step closer to introducing new tough sanctions against Nicaragua for alleged 'human rights violations'. Meanwhile, an Organization of American States mission pulled out of the country without giving an explanation. Russian political analyst Igor Pshenichnikov warns that the US may be preparing a Maidan scenario for Managua.

On the Situation Around the Korean Peninsula

Konstantin None Kokarev

Why Is Washington Escalating the Situation in the Region?