Updated 1332 GMT (2132 HKT) January 20, 2017 (CNN) This time last year, CNN Opinion asked a group of commentators from around the world for their take on the US presidential election. One year later, Donald Trump is preparing to be sworn in as President of the United States. So, what is the world expecting — and hoping for — from a Trump presidency? Guest commentators from around the world weigh in. The views expressed are their own. Russia: A domestic win for Putin Mikhail Fishman When Donald Trump was declared the winner of the 2016 presidential election, he received a round of applause in the Russian parliament. It was a pure, almost childish expression of joy. Since then, the “Russian factor” has loomed ominously over Trump’s impending presidency. The Russian term ” kompromat ” — compromising material — is entering the English language, much like “sputnik” did more than 50 years ago. The American press debates — in total seriousness — whether the Kremlin is literally keeping the President of the most powerful country on Earth on its leash and shaping his policies. More importantly, the notorious hacking story is far from over. For many in Washington, Vladimir Putin… Read full this story
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