How Trump’s Rise Will Help Europeans Break Free From Brussels

Tuesday, January 24, 2017
By Paul Martin

The potential collapse of the EU poses the greatest problem to the United States, incomparable with the challenge posed by a rising China and or Russia, US scholar John Hamre told the Asahi Shimbun. However, according to President Trump, it “doesn’t matter much” for the US whether the European bloc is “separate or together.”

Neither Russia, nor China poses a real challenge to the United States, according to John Hamre, president and CEO of the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, DC.

In his interview with Asahi Shimbun, the Japanese daily, the American scholar argues that what should really bother the White House is the European instability.

“My biggest security worry, biggest security worry, is not China, it’s not Russia; it’s the collapse of Europe. We have always counted on Europe to be our partner on major international issues. If Europe can’t become a partner, they’re too internally divided or the EU is too weak. This is, in my view, the greatest problem we face,” Hamre told the media outlet.

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