- Many of America’s allies in Europe are in shock, but nationalists, including France’s Marine Le Pen and Russia’s Vladimir Putin, have welcomed Donald Trump’s surprise victory over Hillary Clinton.
- France has called for closer European cooperation now that America appears to be distancing itself from the rest of the world.
- There is a sense in Britain that a new era of populism married with discontent at the status quo has arrived.
- Mark Galeotti, a Russia expert, argues Trump’s election hands Vladimir Putin half the “Yalta 2.0” deal in Europe he always wanted.
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