Professor Dr. Hamid Doost Mohammadian
The world experiences the current Tofler'sforcastings about Trump and his show for crop production and profit now.
Different roles have been defined for different
people in his trading game!
emerging powers like China, which threatens America's hegemony to those who are
opposed with his ambitious policies. All this reflects the play of the United
States to maintain global dominance, different behaviours that appear in
different parts of the world. Behaviours to buy time with the goal of achieving
global power through the highest level of energy.
Dr. Hamid Doost Mohammadian as an expert for Blue-Green Cultural Sustainability
and International Management believes that there are some points behind the
possibilities occur based upon the recent decision by Trump to throw away an
Forcing isolation upon a
country is obviously detrimental to the people of that country - effectively
the people he claims to want to protect. It also has dangers for peace in the
region and the world.
depends upon countries reaching agreement with each other and being able to
trust each other to keep their word and stick to their commitments. So
unilateral cancellation of an agreement does not engender this trust and
harmony. This is not thefirstinstance of such behaviour!
Behavioural economy, Americans'
logic is simple: If you help our economic we won’t boycott you!
Americans' logic is
simple:‘’If you help our economic
we won’t boycott you!’’
Sound so cliché. Oil is
the leading cause of a war.But it’s not as simple as countries invading each
other for natural resources, that s happened plenty.
The real power though is
in what is used to pay for oil and what happens when whatever is used to pay
changes to another form of payment
I can go on but I won’tbecause
there’s something less cliché and definitely not a coincidence that ties it all
In 2000, Iraq insisted on dumping the dollar
In 2003, it was invaded, next was Libya‘s move toward.
An African gold-based currency
Technically by NATO
And the rebels getting help from the U.S. and NATO, actually setup their
own central bank just weeks after the uprising began.
They didn’t even have a government in place.
But in the middle of a brutal war banking was a top priority.
Syria oh, you didn’t think it was this obvious?
2006: Syria dropped the dollar as its foreign currency to euros.
You see where I’m going with this?
April 2018: Tehran flipped the switch on the dollar
Iran switches from dollar to Euro for official reporting currency
Cue the troops!
President of Israel said: Iran lied
Trump said: This Iranian promise was a lie
Medias: This is proof that Iran has lied, - Yep, they prepare to cheat, - Iran
It’s almost like they’re hoping it’s so obvious that it obviously can’t be
that simple cliché.
Strategies towards: Donald Trump's aggressive strategies
Pressure to Iran and maybe try to make a war between Iran and Saudi Arabia
Lack of oil and gas in the world
Growing up the price of oil and gas
Best for USA and Canada to do the expensive procedure to produce the Oil sands
If we look at the history of agreements between the US and North Korea and
also history of the US breaking international agreements we can see some
5.1. Signing international
agreement and breaking down is a strategy to get benefit e.g. US, European
Union and Iran has signed an agreement for Iran nuclear matter and with this
strategy US could slow and then stop the nuclear issue in Iran and after
sometimes US started the next step of their strategy to put more pressure to
Iran because of other excuses and also break the agreement because US doesn’t
want Iran has power in the middle east and also.
5.2. Another reason is Israel and as
I said before putting the oil and gas price up and then this is good for
country like USA to cover the expensive procedure to
produce the Oil sands
5.3. The agreement was like a stop
maker to put Iran in the loop to kill the opportunities
5.4. US has enough time to invest
for huge energy companies to Oil sands and
then in the next step US can break the agreement with Iran and force the huge
energy companies to stop their cooperation with Iran and then US can start the
energy project there and boycott Iran e.g. TOTAL to apply for waiver if US
withdraws from Iran deal
5.5. European Union (EU) has 800
billion dollar export to US and 30 billion dollar to Iran then …. And also USA
put the European Union under the pressure if you want to cooperate with Iran
then forget US dollar and US Banks.
5.6. Since 30 years ago Donald
Trump Donald has been using the Tramp's aggressive strategies
5.7. Only energy companies could
make contract with Iran and also they left Iran now and the thing is they have
all information about Iran energy sector especially south pars and sell these
information to Qatar as a competitor.
5.8. Iran will lose the security
and economic focus
Buying time to reach the highest level of hegemony by energy
Until the American Energy
Revolution, the Trump government will specifically attempt to undermine the
OPEC system under any circumstances or to collapse. In this situation, there
may be a fluctuation in oil prices or high market shocks.
The White House's
divergent approach to international alliances and commitments that was
criticized internally and internationally over the past year is part of a US
strategy that is expected to continue for at least the next three years. The
withdrawal of the Trans-Pacific pact and the Paris pact is part of the blatant
commitment that the US President has been pointing to and supporting in
defining its national security strategy.
the main pillars of
his country's foreign policy strategy; lay on
torture in the field of foreign policy from Pakistan, Iran and North
Korea to Russia and China .and The National Security Strategy is about four
pillars Protecting the homeland, protecting the welfare and security of the US
economy, guaranteeing peace through power and expanding US influence in the
Iran and North Korea were at the center of Tramp policy
and its national security strategy.
After the arrival of the newly-elected president, much effort has been made to
bring these two countries to the front, while the world is aware of the
difference in the multi-purpose objectives pursued by the United States. America's
approach to Arab countries and the sale of its weapons to these countries are
among the goals of the anti-Iran policy of Washington. Meanwhile, there is a
more serious presence in the Middle East with such a move. Tensions with North
Korea are needed to justify US presence in the Southeast Asia and, with support
from their allies, like South Korea and Japan, they will face the global
development of China as their most powerful rival.