The continent's geopolitics will hinge around Trump, López Obrador and Bolsonaro, three leaders for whom foreign policy cannot be understood without a prior reinforcement of the domestic one.
Coherence matters in presidential politics. The Democrats, with no clear candidate and no clear offering, have much ground to make up in 2019.
Araújo positioned himself ... as a “Trumpist,” as a party to the highly nationalistic − and anti-globalist − vision that the president of the United States embodies.
[I]t seems that in our country, and in Europe in general, we are making the same mistake that precipitated the American disaster.
[T]he G-20 passes the winter as the season of nationalists ... hope remains that more politicians will come to power again with whom significant multilateral agreements are possible.
Trump, however excessive his right-wing populism may be, cannot lead the world’s largest democracy to autocracy.
'Nationalism is like cheap alcohol,' Daniel Fried, a veteran American diplomat, once said. 'First, it makes you drunk, then it makes you blind, and then it kills you.'