6 search results for “donald trump”
Clinton won, but the horserace continues
Let’s get this out of the way: Hillary Clinton won the 26 September 2016 presidential candidates television debate. Handily.
Voting in a divided country
The midterm elections in the United States will be a vote of (no) confidence in president Trump and his divisive leadership style, says Brendan Carroll, assistant professor Public Administration. In this blog he explains why voter turnout can be a decisive factor.
‘High price for British trade treaty with US’
The British government' is expecting too much of American support after Brexit: there will be a high price to pay for any trade treaty with the United States. This was the view expressed by assistant professor Joris Larik in Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant today, following the visit of American President
As with Nixon: will the security services bring Trump down?
The American security services brought down American President Nixon, not the media as people generally believe. Andrew Gawthorpe, researcher on diplomacy and American foreign policy, hopes that the security services under Trump also make the right decision.
Why Iran’s economy is not ‘collapsing’
President Trump believes that Iran’s economy is collapsing, and that this will leave Iranians no choice but to surrender to the demands of the United States. But these expectations might not come true, says Arash Pourebrahimi at the website of the Harvard Kennedy School.
What Trump's European visit didn't deliver
Professor Rob de Wijk (International Relations) monitored Donald Trump's recent visit to Europe. We discussed the outcomes of the different summits with the Leiden scholar. ‘This visit delivered exactly what I predicted: nothing!'