Until now, American commentators had assumed that Trump's extreme rhetoric was meant to boost his bargaining power. Now the mood has changed.
The method favored by the EU on the international stage — cooperation based on rules — is, without a doubt, the antithesis of what the United States will favor.
China has started its maneuvers to appeal to those who are disappointed by Trump.
The TTIP has become a major catalyst for discontent resulting from globalization.
Politics have neglected to distribute the gains of globalization in a socially acceptable manner.
<b>France has pronounced the free trade agreement with the USA dead. Austria's government is also becoming increasingly skeptical. The EU and USA are pounding out exhortations to carry on, but a deal under Obama is unrealistic.</b>
Now it has come to this. Top politicians in Europe are officially laying the [Read more]
If democracies such as the EU countries and U.S. don’t want to create rules for global trade, others will.
It is the U.S. that bears the responsibility for the further destruction of the European economy, which was already in deep crisis.