Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, “War dispels the dark clouds gathering over the world.” He is one of my most esteemed philosophers. He posits that numerous issues can be resolved through warfare.

In a speech at the Sorbonne University in Paris, French President Emmanuel Macron asserted that Europe is facing a “risk of dying.” Macron argued that Europe is lagging in terms of weapon production and that it must accelerate its efforts to meet this challenge. He further contended that Europe is not adequately addressing the “risks of hostile global powers.” To address this, Macron proposed the establishment of a European military academy to train high-ranking military personnel.

In the subsequent section of his address, Macron asserts that Europe is lagging behind the rest of the world in terms of investment in the defense industry. He proposes that Europe should prioritize the purchase of domestic defense industry products.

The speech indicates that Europe faces a critical juncture in its defense strategy and global competitiveness.

In the European Parliament elections, Macron asserts that far-right parties espouse a pacifist stance, whereas globalists are perceived to be driving the world towards war. Furthermore, he asserts that Russia should not emerge triumphantly and proposes establishing post-war relations with Russia. The rationale for this stance is twofold: firstly, the need to maintain border security, and secondly, the potential for Russia to provide affordable energy resources.

In the current global situation, it is challenging to discern the alliances that will emerge and those that will be positioned in opposition. While the composition of the alliances is not yet clear, it is becoming increasingly evident.

The potential for a right-wing victory in the European parliamentary elections has prompted concern among the American and British governments. They are uncertain about the nature of the emerging European policy, particularly in Germany and France. The exits of Macron in France have been particularly significant.

The EU is now developing its own domestic and foreign policy. On the other hand, Germany has decided to renew its army at this point and has increased its war budget. This is because Germany has the EU’s greatest industry, finance, and economic power.

Germany’s decision to meet with the President of Turkey during this critical period suggests that it views Turkey as the closest neighbor to Germany regarding Europe’s prosperity and reliability.

Turkey’s military capabilities and the development of military technology, its underground energy resources and energy grid, and, most importantly, its strategic location between Europe and Asia make it a country of significant geopolitical importance. A meeting was held between the President of Germany and Turkey.

Germany and the EU are developing their independent policy in anticipation of the potential outcome of a Trump re-election in the United States. If Trump is elected as the US president, it is assumed that the American perspective on Europe will transform.

Should Trump prevail in the forthcoming US presidential election, he will inevitably instruct Germany and Europe to curtail economic relations with China. The forthcoming period will witness a divergence in economic policies, resulting in a significant decline in the economies of Germany and Europe. Europe is understandably concerned about the potential implications of a Trump presidency. Upon assuming power in the United States, Donald Trump will find that Europe, particularly Germany, will be placed in a quandary between China and the United States.

The course of events in the current year will have a significant impact on several key areas. It is predicted that the next 10 years will be the most dangerous and challenging period. A significant number of countries have a global project targeted until 2035. Most crucially, the outcome of this year’s elections will determine the trajectory of the next decade. The European Parliament, the American elections, and Trump’s rhetoric of “making America great again” will be a predominantly economic-oriented struggle with far-reaching implications.

Should Trump be elected, he will advocate for state subsidies, justify the investment of American capital in China, and call for the repatriation of that capital to the United States. The events of this year will have a significant impact on the trajectory of the next decade.

Several regional powers have begun to emerge, which may result in creating a new multi-polar system. The prevailing trend is in this direction.

It can be reasonably presumed that preparations for war are underway. It can be observed that intelligence and espionage activities have increased on all sides. It is to be expected that economic disputes will intensify. It would be prudent to monitor the situation in the United States following the election, particularly if Donald Trump is elected president. If Trump is elected, severe sanctions will likely be, particularly in technology.

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