Donald Trump and Nuclear Cooperation: The art of the deal

Stephan Fruehling, Andrew O'Neil

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    The election of Donald Trump raises questions about nuclear cooperation with allies in Europe and Asia. Reducing the role and prominence of U.S. nuclear weapons in its alliances, however, would remove a major avenue for U.S. influence. The election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States heralds a time of volatility, if not crisis, in U.S. alliances worldwide. Trumps characterisation of Americas NATO allies, Japan, and South Korea as free riders on the military capabilities of the United States points to a more transactional approach to international relationships than we have been used to in the recent past.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherContemporary and Security Policy
    Place of PublicationMaastricht, The Netherlands
    Publication statusPublished - 2016


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