Thursday, November 10, 2016

Commentaries, Analysis, And Editorials -- November 10, 2016

Nikolas K. Gvosdev, National Interest: Donald Trump's First 100 Days: How He Could Reshape U.S. Foreign Policy

This is his chance to undo Obama’s legacy.

On Inauguration Day 2017, Donald Trump will inherit Barack Obama’s “pen and phone” inside the Oval Office. Within the first day, by using the power of executive authority, he can begin to reshape U.S. foreign policy even without securing support from within the Congress for these actions, by following the path that his predecessors Barack Obama and George W. Bush have already laid out.

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Commentaries, Analysis, And Editorials -- November 10, 2016

President-Elect Donald Trump -- George Friedman, Geopoltiical Futures

Allies scramble after 'huge shock' of Trump victory -- Bryan Bender, Politico

After Trump's US upset, could France be next? -- Elizabeth Bryant, DW

Could Trump happen in Germany? -- Jefferson Chase -- DW

Australia Must Prepare for an Asia Without America -- Hugh White, Lowy Institute

A Trump presidency and North Korea: Three potential outcomes -- Peter Ward, NK News

Europe, Alone in Trump’s World -- Marl leonard, Project Syndicate

Trump's Victory Ushers in Dangerous Instability -- Rolland nellis, Spiegel Online

Will Donald Trump Trigger World War 3? Republican Wants More Ships, Troops And Military Planes -- Cristina Silva, IBTimes

Here’s how Trump’s election will affect U.S.-Russian relations -- Joshua Tucker, Washington Post

It’s Putin’s World Now -- Michael Weiss, Daily Beast

Analysts: Trump Victory Forces Europe's Hand on Russia Policy -- Tom Kington, Defense News

The problem with ‘liberating’ Iraq from Isis is that some Iraqis are afraid of what comes next -- Renad Mansour, The Independent

What the Loss of Mosul Will Mean for ISIS -- Mona Alami, Atlantic Council

Turkey was once a free society. Now the country is rapidly destroying itself. -- European Council on Foreign Relations

Blame Corruption and Misrule, Not Geopolitical Rivalry, for Moldova’s Problems -- WPR

How Google and Facebook Can Reshape Elections -- Marcel Rosenbach, Spiegel Online

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