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2018 the Strategic Outlook for Canada /

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Trump’s “America First” policy, explicitly using the name of the anti-Semitic and pro-fascist isolationist movement of the early 1940s in the U. S., not only is an open signal to white suprem- acists throughout the country, but importantly marries white nationalism to the forces of economic nationalism and the economic protectionism that has always been at the core of the American national project [...] Al- ready we are seeing a willingness on the part of America’s trading partners in the Indo-Pacific to work together without the United States: the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, signed on 23 January 2018,7 was a carefully-calculated snook cocked directly at the U. S., right down to the choice of the date for the signing ceremony — one year to the day after [...] The trajectory established by the refusal of America’s trading partners in the Indo-Pacific to abandon multilateral approaches to trade in favour of the hub-and-spoke bilateral approach L’INSTITUT DE LA CAD |. CAHIER VIMY 6 THE STRATEGIC OUTLOOK FOR CANADA 2018 being touted by Trump has considerable implications for the future: no longer will the U. S. be able to claim the leadership in regional t [...] The centrifugal forces are often in evidence: the willingness of those in the provinces to pursue their own in- terests; the economic inequalities across China "what we can see is the possibility that often foster dissent at the local level; and of course the contradictions of “splittism” — of the progressive disintegration of the Chinese term for separatism — in both the the American-led global o [...] The security architecture of the Indo-Pacific (referred to as the Asia-Pacific region in the post-Second World War era) was characterized by a hub-and-spokes structure: the United States was the hub and the spokes radi- ated outwards to American allies – South Korea, Japan, the Philippines, Australia, New Zealand and Thailand.

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