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If Trump abandons globalism, American interests will suffer 'irreparable harm' – CNBC
By Frederick Kempe
January 1, 2019


If Trump abandons globalism, American interests will suffer 'irreparable harm'

 

President Trump, speaking on the world's biggest stage, this week laid for the United Nations his case for patriotism and against globalism. He then doubled down on his determination to push back on China.

 

If he's determined to do the first, however, he will fail at the second.

 

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/09/28/trump-abandoning-globalism-will-cause-america-irreparable-harm.html

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Frederick Kempe is a best-selling author, prize-winning journalist and president & CEO of the Atlantic Council, one of the United States' most influential think tanks on global affairs. He worked at The Wall Street Journal for more than 25 years as a foreign correspondent, assistant managing editor and as the longest-serving editor of the paper's European edition. His latest book – "Berlin 1961: Kennedy, Khrushchev, and the Most Dangerous Place on Earth" – was a New York Times best-seller and has been published in more than a dozen languages. Follow him on Twitter @FredKempe and subscribe here to Inflection Points, his look each Saturday at the past week's top stories and trends.
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