The French president's remarks about the clinical death of NATO continue to cast a shadow over relations between the member countries at the alliance, especially after the Turkish president's recent statements and French condemnation; the French presidency considered what the Turkish president said is not a statement but an insult.\r\n\r\nFollowing our article last week, we pose a question this time: \u00a0What prompted the French president to spell this unprecedented remarks? I think he well understands that the US president's strategy is based on "America first" and "America's economic interest first," and this is contrary to the common strategic values \u200b\u200bthat brought together all US presidents.\r\n\r\nAmerica's traditional world view, especially on NATO, is a tremendous earthquake, and this tactical change has changed many things in international relations.\r\n\r\nPresident Trump sees himself as the owner of \u00a0a company that owns the world, not a superpower in the sense of world police.. and here's the difference!\r\n\r\nEvery dollar that America spends on international organizations, and every trade agreement, even if it is subject to global trade rules, aims at maintaining the balance of "America first."\r\n\r\nHe fully understands that those foreign polices have the trust of the American people and that's why he was first elected.. it is all because of his policies now in the world. He also has the traits of a businessman who is difficult to give up his decisions.\r\n\r\nThe future of President Trump is the greatest unknown on which Western countries can build scenarios of future economic, military and strategic cooperation with the US.\r\n\r\nIf Republicans remain in power, Trump stays for a second term, then the rules he designed for the new world order, and which he personally controls, will lead to further disruption of Euro-American cooperation, especially since America-Trump does not favor a strong European Union and does not want to give more financial and logistical support to NATO.\r\n\r\nThis is quite understandable via President Trump's vows and promises to Boris Jonson in UK since months over fears from harsh Brexit divorce, which could undermine domestic growth, pressure financial markets, weaken London's status as the world's leading international financial center.\r\n\r\nThis is in addition to serious negative repercussions for the UK economy which transcend concerns especially in the field of immigration .\r\n\r\nA second scenario is the arrival of the Democrats in the White House in the next presidential election, the return of the Obama-balance in foreign policy, and the restore of the 'normal international relations'. Still, however, some concerns that even the democrats will have to adopt some changes at their discourse to voters to consider reasons for which Trump was first elected.\r\n\r\nHenry Kissinger cleverly referred to this when he said that Trump's arrival in the White House \u201callowed for the establishment of a consensus between our foreign policies and our internal situation.Previously, there was a gap between public and elite perspective about foreign policy.. I think the new president will have the chance to lessen this gap".\r\n\r\nDemocrats are fully aware of this, if they want to bring votes, they must adopt some of these strategies, including expenditures and the quality of alliances and strategic interests of America in conflict zones.\r\n\r\nLast thing: The strategy to reduce the number of armies and increase the force of intervention and planning accuracy was given to the second official of the Alliance - Supreme Army Commander in charge of change where he is based not in Brussels, but in Norfolk \u00a0in the United States of America, where the strength of military inventions and military development is amazing.\r\n\r\nIt is no wonder that China is the global future of industrial intelligence and military intelligence at its highest manifestation, and this is what the young French president understood before his German and European colleagues, hence his frequent visits to China and his rapprochement with this country. I do not think that America will favor this rapprochement, and will do everything in its effort under the new world order to stop this alliance.