Before January, Europeans should make preparations to safeguard the UN, again
Trump's United States
If European governments do not take serious steps to secure a good deal with President Trump, they will likely end up with a bad one.
The days of US fiscal restraint, and of global trade growth outpacing GDP growth, are now over.
The German government is to step up its efforts to keep Europeans together
Europeans will not only have to get used to Trump; they will have to look at the world through different eyes
Trump’s worldview is viewed as more likely to accommodate Russia’s ‘spheres of influence’ but his unpredictability is as much a worry for the Kremlin as it is for others
A Trump presidency and its carefully calculated nonchalance towards Turkey’s domestic situation might regenerate Turkey’s ties with Washington
Kyiv’s relationship with Washington could get very bumpy, very quickly
Hillary Clinton is unlikely to have a hawkish foreign policy once she will be president and her priorities will be very different
Trump’s businessman’s approach to foreign policy promises stability to no one