Donald Trump

Opinion – Bidenomics: US Trade Policy under a Biden Presidency

Holger Janusch • Oct 15 2020 • Articles

While we can expect changes in the negotiation approach if Biden should be elected president, US trade policy will not go back to ‘business as usual’.

Opinion — US Policies towards Latin America: What to Expect from the November Elections

Rafael R. Ioris • Oct 13 2020 • Articles

US involvements with Latin America are certain to remain tied to an agenda of national security concerns, despite the electoral result.

Trump’s ‘Personalised’ North Korea Policy: 2018–2020 and the Way Forward

Angana Guha Roy • Sep 8 2020 • Articles

A fourth Trump-Kim Summit meeting ahead of the US elections appears unlikely, as does progress towards reaching a balanced agreement.

Interview – Salvador Santino Fulo Regilme

E-International Relations • Aug 8 2020 • Features

Salvador Regilme talks about Covid-19, Trump, Biden, and multilateralism in relation to US foreign policy, as well as the current state of the human rights regime.

Opinion – Re-election in Doubt: The Perfect Storm Approaches Donald Trump

Lucas Leite • Jul 16 2020 • Articles

The 2020 election may be more defined by the anti-Trump vote than by support for Biden, due to Trumps handling of Covid-19, policing and foreign policy.

Trump’s Foreign Policy Doctrine of Uncertainty

Wassim Daghrir • Jun 29 2020 • Articles

Trump’s foreign policy appears as a manifestation of his personality – impulsive, improvisational and devoid of clear purpose and value, yet unmistakeably realist.

Scorekeeping With Donald Trump in a COVID-19 Language Game

Jarett Malouf • May 8 2020 • Articles

At a time of national, and global, crisis Donald Trump has used his power to divisive ends by creating heroes and villains by simply identifying them.

The New Normal: Trauma Informed International Practices During COVID-19

Ian Edgerly • May 2 2020 • Articles

If the current trend of lashing out from a perceived position of victimization and trauma via the United States is upheld throughout the COVID-19 crisis, the globe is truly living in the new norm.

What International Relations Tells Us about COVID-19

Joshua Busby • Apr 26 2020 • Articles

A Trump re-election loss will not remove structural barriers to collaboration, but it might delegitimate some of the zero-sum thinking that proliferated during his time.

Opinion – Compromising US Energy Security for International Oil Market Stability

Benjamin Cherry-Smith • Apr 25 2020 • Articles

Trump has placed the US in a position to have its oil production manipulated by a cartel vying to remain relevant and a geopolitical rival seeking leverage.

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