There are two Donald Trumps ahead of the US presidential election in November. Whoever plays at home is the pyromaniac fireman of an America shattered in two, refusing to embody appeasement or reconciliation at a time when black anger overflows and militias take to the streets, making his electoral chances prosper in the close divisions. At the same time, on the international scene, the American president seeks to embody an opposite figure. That of dealmaker ultimate, the supreme broker, capable of settling with the stroke of a pen the most bogged down conflicts, from the Middle East to the Balkans. Leaves to happily tie them to each other, in a mixture of genres and bewildering standards, as was once again the case on Friday with the announcement of an economic agreement between Serbia and Kosovo, embellished with frank openings towards Israel.
This new moment, presented as “historical” by the White House, was also summed up on social networks to q
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Guillaume Gendron correspondent in Tel Aviv