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How Presidents Trump and Macron Can Transform the Middle East

July 14, 2017 // La Libre - Belgium - French

President Donald Trump is meeting his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron in Paris. The two men have already met twice before: shaking hands in Brussels and posing side by side in Hamburg for a group photo. Their next meeting, on the occasion of Bastille Day, gives them the opportunity to hammer out the details of their [Read more]

When Will the US Ambassador Arrive? Maybe Not Until Fall

July 8, 2017 // Corriere della Sera - Italy - Italian

<i>Donald Trump, who has been in office since Jan. 21, has yet to find the time to appoint the head of the American diplomatic corps in Italy.</i> This year, U.S. Independence Day will once again be celebrated in Villa Taverna’s gardens. However, this time there will be no U.S. ambassador to Italy to do the [Read more]

Cannes vs. Netflix

May 28, 2017 // El País - Spain - Spanish

<i>While the change in the way films are being watched is unstoppable, a supportive policy is merited whereby streaming platforms are also seen as allies.</i> War has broken out between the Cannes Film Festival, a French cultural industry icon, and Netflix, the American online movie platform that has 100 million [Read more]

Why Europe Can Outpace the US

May 18, 2017 // Die Welt - Germany - German

<i>After the election victory of Emmanuel Macron in France, Europe’s stock markets are becoming attractive for investors again. For them, the continent also has a key advantage with respect to the U.S.</i> What a difference. Jan. 20: Donald Trump continues his populist tirades in his speech upon taking office, [Read more]

Diplomacy in the Era of Trump

May 13, 2017 // El Pais - Brazil - Portuguese

<i>With globalization, diplomacy has now become present in practically all fields of human activity.</i> The international system was born and continues to be marked predominantly by power relations. Whoever has power, rules. Whoever does not, must conform obediently or be forced to find alliances that strengthen [Read more]
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