President of the Council on Foreign Relations.

On the quality of human capital in politics: a rare factor. ”It seems that the political class and the national interest do not seem to overlap”, says Richard Haass.  “When history will be written, Trump will be seen as one of the most important presidents … not a compliment not a criticism…  he will have left the US and the world in a different place”. In dealing with global issues “it is impossible to have these conversations without the major corporations having a seat at the table.”


His latest book “The World. A Brief Introduction” to be released on May 12 follows the 2017 bestseller “A World in Disarray”.


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