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US President Donald Trump [What Think Tanks are thinking]

Written by Marcin Grajewski,

Comments on future US Foreign and Trade Policies

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Donald Trump has begun his four-year term as the US President by moving to deliver on some of his campaign promises, such on Obamacare, the Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Agreement and the North American Free Trade Agreement. Analysts and politicians agree that the Trump presidency will have wide-ranging implications for trade, international relations and security.

This note offers links to recent commentaries and reports published by major international think tanks and other research centres on Trump’s presidency. Earlier analyse can be found in a previous edition of ‘What Think Tanks are thinking.’

Relations with Europe

Donald Trump: Europe’s ultimate wake-up call
Carnegie Europe, January 2017

Trump, Merkel and the Middle East: Cooperation needed
Bertelsmann Stiftung, January 2017

Trump and Europe: Dilemmas of discontinuity
European Council on Foreign Relations, January 2017

The Trump Presidency: What consequences will this have on Europe?
Fondation Robert Schuman, January 2017

Europe is bracing for the Trump  era
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik, January 2017

Trump’s foreign policy: Key areas for transatlantic partners to watch closely
Heinrich Böll Stiftung, January 2017

President Trump, the U.S. security guarantee, and the future of European integration
German Marshall Fund, January 2017

Les européens face à l’oncle Trump : Un risque et une opportunité
Jacques Delors Insitute, January 2017

Transatlantic survey: Europeans and Americans fearful of “Trump factor”: Survey
European Council on Foreign Relations, January 2017

Du Brexit au « trumpisme »: La voie étroite d’une défense européenne
Institut Thomas More, December 2016

Can Trump save the euro?
Centre for European Policy Studies, December 2016

EU defence, Brexit and Trump: The good, the bad and the ugly
Centre for European Reform, December 2016

Has Trump reshuffled the cards for Europe?
Egmont, November 2016

Security and international relations

The Trump doctrine: America first, America first
Bertelsmann Stiftung, January 2017

Trump’s defense budget:  Place your bet!
Center for Strategic and International Studies, January 2017

Superpartner: A US strategy for a complex world
Atlantic Council, January 2017

Seven Trump foreign policy assumptions
Brookings Institution, January 2017

Trump and Asia watch
Brookings Institution, January 2017

Trump’s troubling bilateralism
Carnegie Europe, January 2017

The national security hole at the heart of the Trump transition
Council on Foreign Relations, January 2017

Trump is going to regret not having a grand strategy
Council on Foreign Relations, January 2017

America’s international role under Donald Trump
Chatham House, January 2017

Strategic choices for a turbulent world
Rand, January 2017

Foreign policy under the Trump administration: Starting point
Polish Institute of International Affairs, January 2017

A Trump-Putin summit? Bring it on
European Council on Foreign Relations, January 2017

Trump and strategic change in Asia
Australian Strategic Policy Institute, January 2017

Trumpian isolationism could help China become a leader in international law
Chatham House, January 2017

Eroding U.S. deterrence
Carnegie Europe, January 2017

Trump, Israel, and the American Jewish community
Institute for National Security Studies, January 2017

Trump in der neuen Weltunordnung
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik, January 2017

What’s next for NATO’s capabilities?
Instituto Affari Internazionali, December 2016

Lost in transition? US foreign policy from Obama to Trump
European Policy Centre, December 2016

Will Trump cut a deal with Putin?
Fundacion Real Instituto Elcano, December 2016

What will Trump’s Presidency mean for NATO?
Friends of Europe, December 2016

The Arctic and a Trump administration yet to come
Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, December 2016

President Trump and international relations
Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, November 2016

Trade and economics

Trump’s recipe for a trade war
Peterson Institute for International Economics, January 2017

President Trump fulfills Day 1 promise to abandon TPP
Center for Strategic and International Studies, January 2017

Trump’s plans create three major risks for US monetary policy
Chatham House, January 2017

Manufacturing in the US: Will Trump’s strategy repatriate highly-paid jobs?
Bruegel, January 2017

What did confirmation hearings tell us about Trump’s priorities on climate change?
World Resources Institute, January 2017

Can Trump fulfill the tax-reform promise?
Peterson Institute for International Economics, January 2017

What will happen to U.S. trade policy when Trump runs the zoo?
European Centre for International Political Economy, December 2016

The outlook for energy under a Trump Administration
Atlantic Council, January 2017

Climate policy in 2025: Following eight years of Trump in the White House
Centre for European Policy Studies, December 2016

Other reports

Unravelling the Obamacare mandate
American Enterprise Institute, January 2017

Confirming Team Trump
Brookings Institution, January 2017

Presidential transition 2017
Hudson Institute, January 2017

Preparing the next president
Center for New American Security, January 2017

Spies, lies and the US president-elect
International Institute for Strategic Studies, January 2017

Preserving international justice in the age of Donald Trump
Center for American Progress, January 2017

Hey Washington experts:  Don’t roll your eyes over Trump, roll up your sleeves
Rand, January 2017

What does the world expect of President Donald Trump?
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, December 2016

The American dream
Bruegel, December 2016

Discussion

2 thoughts on “US President Donald Trump [What Think Tanks are thinking]

  1. As far as I concern, i read from the news, Trump just canceled the TPP agreement. And now the hot debate among people is all about the immigrant and the wall. Trump said, he will or he is on-going process to find a way to build a wall and also prevent visitor from 7 muslim country.I personally think that, lots of immigrant (before the Trump and Obama era) will do the job that american do not want to do like a really minimum wage job. They also help economy growth. Yes maybe some of them bad people, but the facts the immigrant for a over long decade really help build the nation.

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    Posted by Dronepedia | January 29, 2017, 07:04

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