The article discusses the Trump administration's policies during its first year in power, which lead to the U.S. becoming isolated from the whole world, and losing its ties with its most important allies, including the EU and the U.K.
Vick empathized that the U.S. was one of the strongest democratically-ruled countries in the world after the Second World War, but that it was now being criticized over the freedom of press and its controversial migration policies.
Giving an example of the U.N. vote on Jerusalem earlier in December, the writer showed that the U.S. appeared to stay all by itself and 'absolutely alone' on the international platform after Trump became the president of the country.
The U.S. also didn't take part in important diplomatic meetings over the Syrian crisis, which took place last year in Astana and Sochi, the article said.
The U.S.-backed groups such as the PYD/PKK were also not invited to the talks over Turkey's request, as these groups are internationally listed as terrorist organizations.
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