Donald Trump’s Foreign Policy Team and U.S. Policy towards Europe
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Donald Trump’s Foreign Policy Team and U.S. Policy towards Europe
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S032120680002702-6-1
DOI
10.31857/S032120680002702-6
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Article
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Published
Authors
Marina Panyuzheva 
Occupation: Candidate of Sciences (History), Researcher
Affiliation: Institute for the U.S. and Canadian Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences (ISKRAN)
Address: Russian Federation, 2/3 Khlebny per. Moscow, 121069
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Pages
51-68
Abstract

New peculiarities of U.S. European policy related to the assumption of power by the foreign staff of the atypical presidency of D. Trump are comprehensively analyzed in the article. In the context of global strategic instability and the rise of non-Western countries American elite uses Trump factor, NATO allies’ contribution, “Russian threat”, hybrid wars, sanctions, trade wars and energy demand as the instrument of strengthening American leadership. The major contradictions and key trends of non-linear process of transatlantic relations are scrutinized. In the light of changes on two sides of Atlantic – the phenomenon of Trumpism, the rise of national and populist movement, diminishing American leadership, EU increasing autonomy the recommendations concerning Russian multidimensional foreign policy are made.

Keywords
Washington elite, hawks, transatlantic relations, Euroatlantic security, global strategic instability, polycentric vision of the world, asymmetric dependence, defense spending, trade disputes
Received
20.09.2018
Date of publication
07.12.2018
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