by Gilad Atzmon
The American foreign policy is at cross-roads. For decades, Washington has advertised equality and human rights in international circles. But, at times, the U.S. has contradicted its own alleged values, philosophy and democratic approach.
Some argue that America’s self-interest supersedes the spread of democracy worldwide. However, there are those who say Washington’s approach serves neither the national interest of Americans, nor does it promote equality and democracy.
So, the question arises: who then benefits from current American policies?
Press TV’s U.S. Desk discussed the issue with Gilad Atzmon who is a political activist, musician and author in London.
Atzmon argues that American policy is a ‘total mess’ because the American administration has gambled on authoritarian regimes who have been sympathetic and obedient to Washington.