The past decade has been the most difficult in the history of the European Union. The 1920s could become even more complicated and dangerous. We may be at the beginning of the end of the West as we know it. A new generation of politicians and thinkers must be brought in to put Europe back on the right path of stability and growth; the present one is blinded by the triumphalism of the past 30 years and is incapable of making wise decisions. The EU is overburdened with serious problems, none of which can be solved in the medium term and each weighs so heavily that the EU could be crushed by any of these problems.
Take Brexit, which the rest of the EU countries were still trying to prevent. The US, on the other hand, supported Brexit, while Washington is planning a free trade area with the UK after Brexit. There is probably also a special military alliance between Washington and London - these two states will try together to make world politics. Germany and France are therefore developing their own agenda, and cannot be suppressed by the Anglo-Saxons. The West then splits.
The trend of world politics for the 2020s is evident. The transatlantic bloc is weakening, but it remains united under American pressure. In Asia, a counter-alliance is developing, in which China and Russia will play the leading role.