Rather than waiting for someone else to push back against the Trump administration's demolition of multilateral structures, Europe must take the initiative, imagining a system without the U.S.
At the end of the day, Trump has nothing but gains in his pocket
The idea of a nuclear Germany seems odd. However, simply considering it makes us realize we are at the mercy of a transition.
What the world needs is not more bilateral trade deals, but a true multilateral deal that opens up opportunities for all countries.
Brussels and Washington must again bring China to the negotiating table, and not get fooled again.
In today's topsy-turvy world, when the former champion of free trade - the U.S. - continues to impose or threaten a range of protectionist measures, it appears the center of rational gravity has shifted.