The upcoming Trump Presidency [What Think Tanks are Thinking]

Written by Marcin Grajewski,

The Republican candidate, Donald Trump, won the US presidential election on 8 November, unexpectedly defeating the Democratic nominee, former Secretary of State Hilary Clinton, after a bitter campaign during which the business tycoon, with little political experience, made a number of controversial promises to radically change the government’s policies on migration, health care, climate change, international trade and NATO.

This note offers links to recent commentaries and reports published by major international think tanks and other research centres in response to the US election outcome. Analyses published before the ballot can be found in a previous edition of ‘What think tanks are thinking.’

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The next  commander in chief
Council on Foreign Relations, November 2016

Le monde selon Trump. Anticiper la nouvelle politique étrangère américaine
Institut français des relations internationales, November 2016

The partner we need in Washington: Priorities for the new administration
German Marshall Fund, November 2016

Trump’s election foreshadows further divisions in Europe
Centre for European Policy Studies, November 2016

Europe in the Trumpworld: EU trade and security under the new US executive
European Centre for International and Political Economy, November 2016

Berlin’s new pragmatism: Will it be enough after Trump’s election?
German Marshall Fund, November 2016

Trump and Europe: The sun sets on the West
Centre for European Reform, November 2016

How Europe should deal with a Trump Administration
Fundacion Real Instituto Elcano, November 2016

What Europe should do about a problem like Trump
European Council on Foreign Relations, November 2016

Why the EU must fashion a tough pre-Trump agenda
Friends of Europe, November 2016

Europe, alone in Trump’s world
European Council on Foreign Relations, November 2016

Europe’s nightmare
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik, November 2016

What will President Trump mean for US allies?
Hudson Institute, November 2016

Yes, he can
Centre for European Policy Studies, November 2016

Views from the Capitals: Europe reacts to President-elect Trump
European Council on Foreign Relations, November 2016

What a Trump Presidency means for U.S. and global climate policy
Brookings Institution, November 2016

President Trump: What next for global climate action?
Bruegel, November 2016

Politique internationale: Les habits neufs du président Trump
Institut français des relations internationales, November 2016

What a President Trump means for foreign policy
Council on Foreign Relations, November 2016

What will foreign policy look like under President Trump?
Brookings Institution, November 2016

What a Donald Trump Presidency means for the Middle East
Atlantic Council, November 2016

The looming battle for Trump’s foreign policy
Cato Institute, November 2016

Trump in the Middle East: A new strategy or more of the same?
Bipartisan Policy Center, November 2016

Probable U.S. policy directions under President Trump
Polish Institute of International Affairs, November 2016

Under Trump, the U.S. Will Become an Enemy of the International Community
Institute for Policy Studies, November 2016

EU migration policies after the US elections: pushing the limits?
European Policy Centre, November 2016

The most important non-issue in the 2016 campaign
Brookings Institution, November 2016

The challenges and opportunities that await President-Elect Trump
Atlantic Council, November 2016

Why a Trump Presidency might not be as awful as we fear
Council on Foreign Relations, November 2016

A divided and pessimistic electorate
Pew Research Center, November 2016

Chatham House experts comment on US election
Chatham House, November 2016

Aspen Institute’s experts comment on election
Aspen Institute, November 2016

Donald Trump’s Jacksonian revolt
Hudson Institute, November 2016

So what happens now?
Cato Institute, November 2016

America’s dark underbelly is now its face
Institute for Policy Studies, November 2016

Why Trump won
Hoover Institution, November 2016

Five predictions on what a Trump Presidency means for financial regulation
Bipartisan Policy Center, November 2016

The demographic blowback that elected Donald Trump
Brookings Institution, November 2016

Trump and the consequences of radical uncertainty
German Marshall Fund, November 2016

Making sense of America’s election
German Marshall Fund, November 2016

The insurgency takes Washington
European Policy Centre, November 2016

Income inequality boosted Trump vote
Bruegel, November 2016

Trumped up trade: The end of an era
European Council on Foreign Relations, November 2016

Donald Trump as a Nixonian president
Clingendael, November 2016

El mundo en manos de Trump
Barcelona Centre for International Affairs, November 2016

Trump wins, and now?
Carnegie Europe, November 2016

Politiquement  incorrect
Fondation Robert Schuman, November 2016

U.S. allies and rivals digest Trump’s victory
Carnegie Europe, November 2016

Ill fares the world: What next? 10 observations on the US elections
Fondation Européenne d’Etudes Progressistes, November 2016

Quelle sera la politique étrangère du président Trump?
Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique, November 2016

Vers un nouvel isolationnisme américain?
Institut Thomas More, November 2016

Trump alla ricerca di una bussola politica
Istituto per gli Studi di Politica Internazionale, November 2015

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