US Presidential Election 2016: European Think Tanks react to the result: What Donald Trump’s victory means for democracy and government

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Analysis feature. Donald Trump has been elected the 45th President of the United States on the 8 November 2016. Bronwen Maddox said his victory not only posed immediate questions about the direction of the US – it raised bigger questions about how to govern a deeply divided country.

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ECFR: Debate: US elections 2016
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 11.11.16: U.S. Allies and Rivals Digest Trump’s Victory
Blog: Open Europe, 18.11.16: The view from Brussels: Trump’s effect on the EU

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