WhiIe in the USA, Monday 29May17 is Memorial Day, in Europe, Sunday 28 May 2017 is a Memorable Day; the day German Chancellor Angela Merkel pronounced a new vision for Europe:
Europe First and an implied "Make Europe Great Again". An equivalent to the Trump "America First" and "Make America Great Again"
While announced in a speech before a CDU [Christian Democrat Union] gathering in a tent, this is no circus from Bavaria. The European Union must now act primarily in its own interest without the UK because of Brexit and without the USA, Merkel proclaimed. A new future that must be willing to accept Russia and -l think- by extension China's "Belt and Road". http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/politics-government/national-politics/article153130904.html entitled "Merkel: Europe must stay united in the face of ally uncertainty"; and, http://www.dw.com/en/merkel-europe-can-no-longer-rely-on-us-and-britian/a-39018097 The video will show the animosity, angst and acceptance associated with this new Europe First vision.
For an article with anti-Trump subtext, Chicago Tribune, 28May17, "Following Trump's trip, Merkel says Europe can't rely on U.S. anymore"; http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/politics Search title for article.
CNN 2353hrs 28May17 posted a video of Merkel's speech.
For a good quick background read, see: https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2017/05/trump-nato-germany/528429/
To flesh-out the probable results of this Europe First vision in relation to the pipeline politics and objectives of our time, we can envision a Europe-Belt-and-Road (excluding the Ukraine and maybe also Turkey) and will include a Khoramshar-Karbala-with-or-without Kurds demarcation line for the North, Central and East of Asia. This will be opposited by Eastern Mediterranean -Arabian axis in Southwest Asia. Countries positioned to make real money out of this are Poland and Belarus. The Baltic ports will also prosper.
So, another die is cast.
Looks like the World will return to a bipolar structure. The multipolar World as envisioned in the 1990s hasn't worked out.