Of the issues that divide libertarians and traditionalists, free trade may be the most important. It is central to nearly all our debates. Do we tend to a contractual or an organic view of human relationships? Do we embrace or do we fear a technological and economic progress that is carrying us into a world we cannot predict? Do we regard mankind as a single race, capable, despite its present separations, of a single future history? Or do we regard these present separations as inevitable, and perhaps worth maintaining? Where do we stand in the debate over England that took place between about 1830 and 1850? In all these and more, how we view free trade will usually correlate with, and may determine, the side that we take.
How the Globalists react to Donald Trump, China’s Rise, and the Future of the World Political System
We must not fool ourselves and think that the new American President Trump will be a real friend of Russia. He will work to "make America great again", and that contradicts any wishes of substantially better relations with Russia.
Emerging axis between Moscow, Islamabad and Beijing is seen, and Russia has chosen China and Pakistan over Modi’s India with this hope that being the part of the multipolar world and BRICS/SCO institutions, India will return to regionalism as Pakistan – once ally of the US - becomes a new friend of Russia.
President Trump’s brief inaugural speech was a declaration of war against the entirety of the American Ruling Establishment. All of it.