It may sound apocalyptic, but the problem of this apparent crisis of mature democracies is that we do not fully understand the risks we are facing.
The stakes are high and the bitterness of the past should not hinder U.S.-Russia relations. That should have been the message from Helsinki.
In the perspective of the Trump administration, the normalization of U.S.-Cuba relations would be no more than the restoration of capitalism on the island
Trump rules and the million dollar question is: What will from now on be normal, the new normal of which the U.S. media speaks?
The great successes of the Obama era, which enchanted the naiveté of the world, were demolished by Trump in a matter of minutes.
Once accused of false and offensive claims, these parties are now gaining enough strength to be a threat to the old political system.
If on Nov. 8 the ghost of Eleanor Roosevelt would have come out from her grave to bear witness to the American elections, she would have been disappointed.
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?