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In his analysis, published by RIA Novosti, the observer recalled that in recent years, the US has suffered a string of setbacks in the foreign policy arena, whether it comes to the Korean nuclear standoff, issues surrounding the Iran nuclear deal, or even its sanctions policy against Russia. According to Mirzayan, the December 21 vote at the UN General Assembly on the Jerusalem issue was but “the latest in this series of defeats.”
Street protests over the US decision have been held worldwide, and perhaps surprisingly, political elites in many countries, including among key US allies, followed suit. This included angry condemnations at the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, and a resolution tabled by Egypt at the UN Security Council to nullify the US decision, which Washington vetoed in spite of support from the body’s fourteen other permanent and rotating members.
The follow-up Turkish and Yemeni resolution at the General Assembly, held at an emergency special session on Thursday, passed overwhelmingly, with 128 countries voting in favor and 9 against, the resolution’s text “demanding” that all countries comply with earlier Security Council resolutions on the multi-confessional city’s status.
Of course, Mirzayan noted, on its own, the General Assembly resolution does very little. Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas can speak all he likes about the vote representing the weakness of the US and Israeli position, but words alone will not sweeten the bitter realities of the US decision. “Resolutions by this body do not carry any weight, and Israel has long become accustomed to regular criticism.”
“Therefore,” the analyst stressed, “the optimal position for Washington would have been to either ignore the General Assembly resolution, or try to get off the hook using the ‘we regret’ series of declarations.”
But the US chose another path. “Habitually crossing his arms in front of his chest, Donald Trump, on the eve of the vote, declared that those who support the resolution stand to lose US aid funding…US UN ambassador Nikki Haley sent a letter to all delegations, warning that Trump would take their vote in favor of the draft resolution ‘personally’.”
And while many observers “were amazed by the blatant boorishness of the US and its direct threats against their allies, the sharp and in some ways even bold rhetoric coming from Washington was not some kind of impromptu,” Mirzayan stressed. “It can be explained by the hawkish nature of the country’s new national security strategy – a change of the tools used to preserve Pax Americana.”
Washington, according to the analyst, “no longer wants to, or rather cannot, maintain its global dominance through leadership (including soft power, persuasion, the search for compromises with allies). Instead, it has turned to methods of domination, and above all, to political and military coercion. This is not so much an initiative of Trump himself (even if his tough view of world politics undoubtedly contributed to this transformation), as an objective process resulting from the crisis of American leadership —the inability of the US to maintain a unipolar world order and its reluctance to recognize this fact.”However, the General Assembly vote proved that “rigidity does not mean results,” Mirzayan added. In this sense, the US attempt “to blackmail its allies has failed. In fact, most of the US’s allies showed that they not only do not fear Trump’s threats, but are not apprehensive of them, either.”
“It’s difficult to say what motivated [these defiant US allies]. Some may think that Trump does not reflect the collective views of the US establishment, even as far as the status of Jerusalem is concerned… Others fear quarreling with the Arabs, both in the Arab countries and among their own electorate. Finally, others still are simply tired of bending to American will, and decided that it was time to protect their own interests.”
In any case, even though the motivations are varied, “the result is one: a very serious blow to the US image abroad,” the analyst noted. “And it’s not just about the US being isolated, but that most countries simply ignored the threats of the US president. This is something Washington will have to respond to. The question is: how?”Ultimately, Mirzayan noted that if President Trump wants to continue to be taken seriously abroad, “he will have to make good on his threats and really cut back funding, at least to those nations that voted in favor of the resolution.”
Representative Haley vowed that the US would “remember” the vote, including when it comes to the question of future financing for the international body.
“And the Americans really will have to remember it, if, of course, they want the Europeans to speedily forget about this attempt at rebellion. And not repeat it,” the analyst concluded.
Ex-Senate Adviser: Trump Unlikely to Cut US Aid to Allies Over Jerusalem Vote
On Thursday, the UN General Assembly defied massive US diplomatic pressure and threats of major cuts in US aid to many nations and voted by a margin of 128 nations to nine to condemn the planned move. Apart from Israel, only seven other countries, four of them tiny Pacific islands, backed the United States.
Jatras noted that US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley had threatened many nations with retaliatory cuts in US aid but they had almost all defied her.
“As far as Haley’s threat, which reportedly was coordinated with Trump, to cut off aid to countries opposing the United States, all I can say is, ‘Please do it! Like Trump said, we’d save a lot of money,” he said.Jatras also expressed skepticism about reports suggesting that Trump would follow his controversial decision to move the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem with a new, impressive peace plan for the Israelis and Palestinians.
“The suggestion has been made that Trump has undercut some super-secret, super-genius peace plan concocted by his son-in-law, Jared Kushner… The patent absurdity of such claims isn’t worth refuting,” he said.
Jatras also expressed his disbelief at suggestions that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman might participate in the still hypothetical Kushner peace plan.”Mohammad… couldn’t care less about the Palestinians. He’s preoccupied with figuring out how to drag the United States into a war with Iran,” he said.
Jatras acknowledged that Trump’s embassy initiative and the enormous global rejection of it might start a long-term process of US disengagement from the Middle East and said he personally favored such a development from the perspective of US national interests.
“If the loss of US credibility as mediator leads to a diminished US role and the beginning of a US slouch out of the Middle East, I for one will not complain,” he said.However, Jatras also said he believed a major motive for Trump’s decision to move the US embassy was to please the Evangelical Christian movement within the United States, estimated as involving up to 60 million people who support Israel.
“This is for Trump’s domestic base, not so much American Jews but pro-Israel evangelical Christians… The real benefit is the appearance of standing strong, standing by Israel, and telling cheapskate foreigners to go to hell. Trump’s domestic base loves it. It’s a big victory,” he said.
Jatras added that Trump had ended the 40-years-long fiction that successive US governments had tried to act as honest and even-handed negotiators to try and bring peace to the Israelis and the Palestinians.
“What has changed? Not much except ending the charade that the United States was in any sense a neutral broker between Israel and the Palestinians. That’s over. The Palestinians will get what, and only what, the Israelis are prepared to give them, and Washington will back them up 100 percent,” he said.
However, Trump had improbably succeeded in bringing traditional enemies for centuries around the world together in agreement in rejecting his Jerusalem embassy announcement, Jatras commented.
“Who else could bring together… North and South Korea, Greece and Turkey, India and Pakistan, Iran and Saudi Arabia?” he asked.
On December 20, Trump threatened to withhold US aid from countries that condemned the embassy move in their UN votes.
UNGA Jerusalem Vote is Pretext for Trump to Slash Foreign Aid – Analyst
Commenting on Donald Trump’s threats to slash funding to countries ahead of a UN vote on Jerusalem, Turkish political commentator Oya Akgonenc Mugisuddin told that it can be seen as nothing but the US President’s financial ultimatum.
“They [the US] have delivered an ultimatum to the voting countries: either you unconditionally support our unilateral decision [on Jerusalem] or we will slap sanctions against you,” Mugisuddin said.
She added that the decision on whether to render assistance to any country unilaterally depends entirely “on the choice of the United States.”
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“At the same time, it is important to note that similar behavior of the US Administration […] indicates that Trump, who accentuates the slogan ‘America first, uses this [UN General Assembly] vote as a pretext to stop assistance to other countries, something that he has already been mulling for some time,” Mugisuddin emphasized.
She also pointed out that the countries, which voted against the US decision on Jerusalem and which united in line with the rule of law, found themselves “in a winning position, given that threats and pressure from the US will continue.”
Earlier this week, Trump said that that he is keeping a watchful eye on the way countries vote in the UN Security Council and General Assembly.
“They take hundreds of millions of dollars and even billions of dollars, and then they vote against us. Well, we’re watching those votes. Let them vote against us. We’ll save a lot. We don’t care,” he said.
On Thursday, the UN General Assembly (UNGA) approved a resolution rejecting Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel after 128 member states voted in favor of the measure.
This was preceded by the US veto of a UN Security Council resolution which urged Trump to reverse his decision on Jerusalem; 14 other states supported the document, which was drafted by Egypt.
The US President announced his declaration on Jerusalem, provoking an international uproar and prompting the Palestinian militant group Hamas to declare the Third Intifada.
Grinch in Chief: Nazareth Cancels Christmas Over Trump’s Jerusalem Gambit
All 2017 Christmas celebrations in Nazareth were cancelled by the city authorities as the US head of state had apparently managed to steal the holiday spirit.
Ali Salam, the mayor of Nazareth, has announced that the city won’t be hosting any festivities for this year’s Christmas celebration because the actions of US President Donald Trump have apparently whisked away “the joy of the holiday.”
“Our identity and faith aren’t up for debate… The decision (by U.S. President Donald Trump about Jerusalem) has taken away the joy of the holiday, and we will thus cancel festivities this year,” Salam, a Muslim, told the Times of Israel.
The decision made by Nazareth city authorities comes amid a wave of mass protests that gripped the West Bank and the Gaza Strip after US President Donald Trump publicly recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel – a move that angered the Muslim world and which was denounced even by the US’ European allies.
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