Donald Trump may well be the President of a certain US withdrawal and bilateralisation. Bilateralism may become his trademark.
The US presidential elections have shown that democracy has changed, and the means of obtaining victory, too.
Globalization has been a major issue in two of the most important recent campaigns in Western countries: the Brexit referendum and the US Elections.
The election of Donald Trump as US President, hard on the heels of the Brexit referendum, has forced Europe to confront another mirror.
The election contest remains tight and still potentially volatile. In any case, a deep challenge of national unity will remain, regardless of who wins.
Although Russia knows that it is needed to resolve many global problems, the country has shrunk in comparison with the US and China
Recently, both protectionist voices and measures have been on the increase. Even investments are not immune to the new protectionism.
Some people believe that Europe is undergoing a process of Balkanisation, although the continent’s regionalisation might in fact be something positive.