Anglo-Saxons voluntarily renounce hegemony


Today, Theresa May will hold face-to-face talks with US President Donald Trump in the Oval Office.

The pair will spend about an hour together in what will be the first visit by a foreign leader since Mr. Trump became president.

These talks are the beginning of a new world order in which countries will pursue their own domestic and foreign policies.

Fresh start for Britain

Theresa May has already declared the beggining of a new era in British foreign policy.  The country decided to do "hard brexit": withdrawing from the European market and canceling trade agreements, terminating the European Court's jurisdiction over the territory of the kingdom, and independent control over migration. The UK will never again invade other countries. The Prime Minister emphasized that UK will put national interests first.

National interests first

Last week, right after the inauguration of Donald Trump on January 21st, European right-wing leaders held a conference of the Europe of Nations and Freedom movement in Kloblenz, Germany.

Anti-immigration policies, strong border control, and disdain for the bureaucrats of the European Union are what bind the Eurosceptics together.

The impact of right-wing parties is growing with each passing day. Brexit, the Donald Trump effect, and dissatisfaction with the recent migration and economy policies of EU politicians present Eurosceptics with a chance to win in the upcoming elections in Germany, France, and the Netherlands.