The worst part is not how much or how little Trump can do but what he has already unleashed on the people.
Will everything be all right? Maybe for many. But at what price?
<i>The Russians will try convincing Trump to consider a new division of Europe, and that will encourage Serbia.</i>
America has a new president and is entering in a new and a changeable era. The main doubt about President-elect Donald Trump is whether he will act as he promised he would during his campaign and cause [Read more]
The method favored by the EU on the international stage — cooperation based on rules — is, without a doubt, the antithesis of what the United States will favor.
The newly chosen U.S. president, Donald Trump, said that he will deport 3 million illegal immigrants immediately upon taking oath or imprison them.
It is amazing that 3 million individuals should be residing illegally in a country such as the U.S., where everything is so well documented. How did the administrations [Read more]
<i>He has warned the Communist regime that if they resist a “better deal” he will terminate Barack Obama’s policy of rapprochement. </i>
This time Donald Trump threatens to bring back the Cold War, or at least one of its most emblematic chapters: the historic rivalry between the U.S. and Cuba, countries that [Read more]
Some believe that America is now abandoning its global leadership position, and perhaps with a bit of spite, they hold that China will replace the United States as a global leader.
<i>President Xi Jinping has defended the globalized economy and stated that his country will open its doors to partners at a time when Trump has charted the opposite course.</i>
If Donald Trump were, in fact, to make good on his presidential campaign promise to implement a protectionist approach to foreign trade, [Read more]
The new political correctness of Trumpism may nurture the populist and authoritarian temptations that grow within democracies.