Artikel Atlantisch Perspectief
Transatlantic relations after four years of Trumpism: a postmortem
To say that the four years that Donald J. Trump was president of the United States were a tumultuous period in transatlantic relations is an understatement. At the 2021 Munich Security Conference in February, his successor Joe Biden triumphantly announced that the United States was “back”. But is it really? According to Paul van Hooft the good old days of the transatlantic relationship are truly gone.
Paul van Hooft
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