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Trump’s Policies Make USA Lose Their Leading Position in the West


More and more international experts are concerned about Donald Trump’s policies. Some of them are concerned that because of him and his actions, the USA may lose their leading role in the Western world.  

 

 

 

 

According to Fareed Zakaria, political expert, CNN host and columnist for The Washington Post, Trump’s recent political decisions have made the European Union so united that Putin could never have dreamed of. Even though he is not going to make the Western world collapse, the USA may still lose the number-one status in the Western world. 

 

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At this point, international experts start making brave assumptions about Trump’s doctrine. His first decisions remind them of the most significant deviation from the two-party system established after World War II.
 
They say, Donlad Trump perceives the modern world as some kind of an arena where everyone is fighting for their lives and domination over others. High-ranking politicians admit that instead of rejecting the chaotic nature of the USA’s current foreign policy, trump’s administration has accepted and put up with it.
 
Having the world’s biggest army and intelligence service, America has military bases all over the world. This means that no one can say that American isn’t familiar with political and military rivalry.
 
In 1945, the entire world changed. Back then, Washington was trying hard to establish a new world order amid the economic, political, and military weakness of Europe and Asia after World War II.
 
The USA created institutions, rules and standards encouraging peaceful resolution instead of wars and conflicts. The system let international trade create an environment for every country to benefit from this. Also, they created certain mechanisms for managing global problems beyond the scope of the power of any particular country. For decades the system worked just fine, even though the USSR and some other players hadn’t accepted it. Still, the USA, Western Europe, and Canada did manage to coexist, cooperate, and compete peacefully in multiple fields. Europe started competing in creating jobs, economic growth as the global expansion was ousted from their agenda. This area kept on expanding. Later on, Japan, South Korea and some Latin American countries joined it as well. This group of countries were in constant confrontation with the USSR and the rest of the Soviet world. After the USSR collapsed on 1991, former Soviet countries started striving for the more open and transparent world order. Yet, the USA has been driving the process ever since. For decades, the American political establishment has been proud of this achievement.
 
Now it seems that Donald Trump may change the state of affairs in the Western world for the first time since 1945. It’s getting more and more obvious that he is neglecting everything that has been achieved ever since, especially as he keeps on playing tough with America’s allies while still admiring Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping. That’s why international experts are concerned that Donald trump may gradually destroy the existing world order and create space for a new one, with China and India as the leaders.
 

 

However, some experts still believe that his actions may result in the opposite. In particular, his actions may reinforce the existing world order and help Western Europe revive.

 

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