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Published: Oct 17 , 2016
Author: Yannis Dimarakis

The negotiating behaviour of leaders is illustrative of the way they perceive the world and exerts a great impact on the conduct of the nation they lead. In this context, Trump’s negotiating style is dramatically different to that of Obama's. It is,therefore, worthwhile to take a closer look, as, in the case that he wins the election, the USA is bound to engage in conduct that the world is not used to. As explained below, the ramifications of this conduct could be anything between the notable and the dramatic for the world as a whole, and Europe in particular.

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