For many decades, transatlantic relations have been very predictable. European allies, individually or through multilateral forums as the EU and NATO, have been key partners of United States in both foreign policy and trade. Donald Trump’s presidency, however, moves these relations to a new phase of uncertainty and insecurity. Insecurities stem from the fact that with Donald Trump, there seem to be more questions than answers; what is he going to stress in his foreign policy and what kinds of trade deals is he going to negotiate? There are also concerns about his stance on environmental issues.

This paper analyses the different uncertainties in future transatlantic relations and the potential effects of a Trump presidency for the EU.

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