Donald Trump and the Emergent Dominant Narrative in US Foreign Policy

Donald Trump and the Emergent Dominant Narrative in US Foreign Policy

Author(s): John Thompson
Journal Title: E-International Relations
Publication Year: 2017

It is difficult to find experts that approve of President Donald Trump’s emergent foreign policy. Neoconservatives and internationalists complain that, by abandoning the leading role the United States has taken in world affairs since the end of World War Two, he is contributing to the collapse of the liberal world order and the emergence of a more dangerous, Hobbesian alternative. Libertarians and economists worry that he risking a global depression with his protectionist policies. National security hawks argue that his anti-Muslim rhetoric could bolster ISIS; and regional specialists warn that he is wrecking relationships with key partners such as Europe, China, and Mexico.
 
 
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