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Trump vs. EU: The Dead End of the Normative Approach

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The disappointment of Europeans grows with the tone and manner of Trump’s behaviour, his disregard for European arguments against trade restrictions as well as the fact that he broke an international agreement and threatens European businesses with secondary sanctions. But how can a divided Europe keep up with the US?

By Vessela Tcherneva

Trump’s Challenge: What Can the EU Do to Prevent Escalation in Jerusalem?

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Jerusalem has seemingly forever been at the epicentre of conflicts in the Middle-East. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has proven no different. Sovereignty over Jerusalem remains deeply contested between Israelis and Palestinians with both sides laying claim to the Haram al-Sharif / Temple Mount. 

By Hugh Lovatt

Dealing with Trump on Trade

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Increasingly, Trump is causing headaches for EU trade policy makers with tariffs of 25% and 10% on steel and aluminium respectively. The United States turn towards protectionism while the EU sticks to an open, rules-based global economy. 

By Ferdi De Ville

The End of the Concept of ‘the West’?

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The West is more and more devided and global strategic interests are diverging. The impact of the US President on views and transatlantic trust is significant. Protectionism and populism undermine Western relations. 

By Vessela Tcherneva

Our Future with Donald Trump

Trump has won the battle against the political establishment for now. But what must Europe be prepared for next?

By Klaus Linsenmeier

Why the Brexit referendum gives Trump fresh hope

Hillary Clinton should be warned by the British referendum: Similar to the Brexit movement, Trump’s campaign benefits from anti-immigrant sentiment and anger over the “political elites” and “mainstream media”.

By Dominik Tolksdorf

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