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Trump, NATO and the defence of Europe

The continent may have more to fear from American foreign policy than from Russian

By Robert Fry  

Supporters cheer as they wait for President-elect Donald Trump to give his acceptance speech ©Mary Altaffer/AP/Press Association Images

Had Hillary Clinton become the 45th president of The United States of America, it would all have been so simple. She would have been a president who had been part of the institutional furniture for 30 years who was never knowingly caught without a policy—on anything—and would have slipped easily into the established assumptions of…

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