Fasten your seat belts
We are now 75 days into the election of Trump as president and one can start predicting the trajectory and tone of his administration. The positives are there to sustain us but the negatives will do just the opposite and put us in a state of insecurity and now that the warning shots been fired its time we fasten our seat-belts to the impending disturbances which will inevitably follow.
There is no doubt in my mind that the two most challenging foreign policy concerns to the USA government currently is the nuclear programs of South Korea and Iran.While the USA had been able to stall/curtail the nuclear aspirations of Iran, the Israeli lobby groups in Washington have been calling for greater control and inspection of these facilities and some have even called for the obliteration of any capability now present. In the case of South Korea it would seem apparent that any calls for curtailment on development has been falling on deaf ears of Kim Jon il. and with the its rapid improvement in its capability and a last chance saloon to act before mutual assured destruction, I do believe the temptation will be too great for Trump not to resist.
The preparation has already started with a massive increase in arms spending sought, and the jingoistic utterances to match. The Israeli lobby group , which is arguably the strongest in America will feel they now have the cowboy on the horse, its only to ride in the sunset of conflict and destabilisation while we watch the spectacle not knowing what the eventual outcome will be. Its time to fasten your seat belts.