Tag: Donald Trump

Editorial: Speaking Power to Truth: Trump’s Contradictory Strength and the Possibility of a Coup

Flash forward a few months into the very near future and imagine a moment when Trump, having to face up to an election, thinks it might just be better not to have one.

American Dream

Not just precarity but destitution threatens under conditions of COVID, and especially in the United States it threatens people of colour.

The Deal of the Century, by Ihab Shalbak

The fortune of a salesman and the fate of the Palestinians

Trump’s Sideswipe, by Ihab Shalbak

Palestinian refugees and UNRWA

Trump and the Fascist Prospect, by John Hinkson

The socio-cultural conditions of the collapse of liberal democracy

Dancing with Swords, Dancing with Stars, by Nicolas Hausdorf

Nicolas Hausdorf

27 May 2017

Contrary to appearances, Donald Trump’s visit to the Middle East was a tense confrontation with two alienated allies that is bound to produce more political fallout.

Into the Breach, by Guy Rundle

A politics for the new divisions

Viewing the New War in Syria, by Stephen Pascoe

Stephen Pascoe

20 Apr 2017

Stephen Pascoe on Trump's air strikes in Syria, and the historical resonance of the aerial view

In Washington Only the War Party Reigns, by Nicolas Hausdorf

Nicolas Hausdorf

13 Apr 2017

Trump's shift on Syria may please the hawkish elites, but at what cost?

Trump and Disruption, by Robert Geroux

The ideology of disruption and its dangers

Ideas on Populism, by Bruce Kapferer

That Trump should inhabit this space [of social media] and make regular use of it indicates a new era of populism as a force of more or less constant pressure on political realities.

Trump: The Point of No Return, by Simon Cooper

It’s now clear that Trump was not merely full of bluster during campaign mode but intends to realise as many of his promises as possible.