In a 5,800-word declaration, Mark Zuckerberg said that Facebook aspired ‘to build the social infrastructure for a global community’.
Should Trump insist in pursuing his approach to climate action, China and the European Union will be looked upon by the international community to lead on.
There is a great deal at stake for the future of the EU in the coming elections in the Netherlands, France, Germany and probably Italy.
Morocco has made a strong bet by entering the AU, but it is also evident that its bet is accompanied by real risks for its own interests and image.
Africa is back in the world spotlight. But if hopes are once again dashed, the crisis this time could be unprecedented.
The dilemma between a greater concentration of power and liberalisation becomes a trilemma in the face of other challenges that Xi Jinping have to address.
The US is still the country holding by far the largest global presence while China has jumped to the second place in the Elcano Global Presence Index.
Trump has not yet exhibited an alternative vision of a new international order, but a vision that is essentially domestic.