US President Donald Trump will meet Canada’s PM Justin Trudeau. It seems that these two politicians represent almost opposite sides of current global politics. How do see this, is also something what connects them, and what kind of result political result do you expect from Trump-Trudeau relationship? Read few comments.
As Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto has canceled his upcoming visit with President Donald Trump what do you expect for US-Mexico relation? It seems that with the wall idea it is pretty hard to find a common ground. Read few comments.
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Interestingly, in the age of Donald Trump some observers see China as the custodian of economic liberal order, though not political liberal order as China is an authoritarian regime. What is your view on this and what do you think Trump wants from China and vice versa? Read few comments.
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We are going now and trying to get some business done, said Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes re Cuba’s visit of President Barack Obama. Would you say time is right or not for President Obama to visit Cuba and if the White House is trying to get some business done what should be Obama’s focus? Read few comments
Like many previous presidencies embroiled in these types of scandals, Obama’s White House has been slow to respond.