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The rhetoric of Donald Trump, as well as some of his actions, have given rise to a lot of questions as to what will be the United States’ future policy toward certain leading international organizations like the UN, G7, the EU, and the WTO. This policy will certainly undergo a number of changes, but most of these changes are not going to be radical. It is obvious that Trump is not going to desist from the use of diplomatic tools and global institutions when pursuing his foreign policy that will primarily be oriented towards safeguarding US national security interests.
Less than a hundred days passed from inauguration of Donald Trump but it is already clear: the 45th president of the United States does not plan to stop using diplomatic tools and global institutions for the implementation of his foreign policy, whose priorities are American interests and the US national security. Despite the harsh rhetoric in the UN, cooperation with the Organization on key areas of its activities: promotion of development, peacekeeping and humanitarian affairs would continue. The Group of seven and the G20 leaders have much more common priorities and common objectives than differences. A detailed plan of the country’s participation in the work of the various WTO bodies suggests that talk of revising United States policy with regard to WTO prematurely. D. Trampe continue United States leadership in NATO, and the requirement of increasing defence budgets partners doesn’t mean the reduction of military expenditures, United States.