Jonathan Holzlock: Why European Autonomy is an Illusion

Jonathan Holzlock: Why European Autonomy is an Illusion

Trump walks back into the White House: Get used to the thought. Alarm bells are already ringing in Europe. Politicians everywhere argue that Europe will soon become dependent on America. It is an illusion, he writes Jonathan Holzlock.

Donald Trump is back in the limelight. The former president is almost immune to lawsuits and scandals. Today, Trump is almost with the American people Equally popular As Joe Biden. Within the Republican Party, he is still far ahead of Ron DeSantis. Trump returns to the White House next year: Get used to that thought.

Alarm bells are ringing in Europe. Politicians everywhere argue that Europe must now reduce its dependence on the United States in defense, energy and technology sectors. Rarely 32 percent Europeans today regard America as an ally; A majority classifies the country as a necessary partner. The reality, however, is that Europe is not on track to reduce its dependency.

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