"Trump constrains USA by recognizing Jerusalem as Israeli capital"

Yesterday, US president Donald Trump pronounced Jerusalem as Israeli capital. This is decision has raised lots of controversy.

Prof David Hornsby, Associate Professor of International Relations at University College London, says that this was not a wise move on Trump's part, especially since it hinders the USA's work towards peace in the Middle East.

It's seems remarkably folly move on his part, to place the United States in such a constrained position, when it actually has the potential to exert so much influence and authority here.

Prof David Hornsby, Associate Professor of International Relations at University College London

Listen to the full interview below:


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