I will try to be very brief because many things I meant to say have already been said. I will be rather schematic in expressing to you my ideas about some of the new elements that Europeans and Americans have to take into consideration together. It has been said—I won’t go over that—that the international situation has changed. The threats and challenges have become extremely ambiguous. Even a new word has been created, “glocalism,” a mixture of globalism and localism to describe what is happening everywhere, also in the States and Canada, where a reaction against central government and transnational risks are at play.
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