In his first week in office, US President Donald Trump has begun wreaking havoc on the post-1945 world. Joschka Fischer, Nina Khrushcheva, Joseph Nye, and other Project Syndicate contributors navigate the emerging international disorder.
The economic and geopolitical implications of US President-elect Donald Trump’s incoming administration are becoming more clear. But Richard N. Haass, Rob Johnson, Carmen Reinhart, and other Project Syndicate contributors question whether Trumpism is a sustainable political force.
As the US president-elect fills his administration, the direction of American policy at home and abroad is coming into clearer focus. Mohamed El-Erian, Ana Palacio, Joschka Fischer, and other Project Syndicate contributors interpret what they see on the horizon.
America’s president-elect has done little to assuage growing anxiety, both at home and abroad, since his victory. Benjamin Cohen, Ana Palacio, Stephen Roach, and other Project Syndicate contributors explain why the fear is justified.
The populist surge challenging political establishments worldwide has now claimed the biggest prize of all. Jan-Werner Mueller, Nouriel Roubini, Joseph Stiglitz, and other Project Syndicate commentators weigh the costs for America and the world.