Next year, we may well see a duel of the billionaires.
For the first time since the end of World War II, Europe is on its own, without its big brother, unaccustomed to geopolitical reality.
Trump’s band of enablers and the generality of his supporters, are bereft of any modicum of objectivity and sadly, seem to lack critical thinking skills.
The prime minister kept a calculated distance from the US president at the Nato summit because he knows their similarities play badly with voters.
The US wants to position itself as a superpower, yet at the same time it wants minimum engagement with the world.
The United States is schizophrenic, with President Donald Trump an unabashed admirer of Moscow while the rest of his government sees in it a new Soviet Union.
One Trumpian about-face later, the price for peace has now risen for the West.