[T]he unpredictability of the United States has today reached such a degree that the entire world is obsessed with it.
One could argue that [Woodrow Wilson and Donald Trump] are poles apart ... [but] some observers have pointed out that there are similarities.
America is now destroying the international stability that it once played a crucial role in building.
After 500 days in the White House, it is clear that Trump is just as destructive in the role of American president as one might have feared.
[S]ince Trump took office, the power of the dollar is being added to the power of poor impulse control and shameless short-sightedness by the head of state.
Global disorder prevails.
It’s normal for Donald Trump to want to defend his country’s interests – that’s why he was elected. But, his whims and impulses risk seriously undermining international relations.
What if he is the mirror that reflects back to us a terrifying image of our society?