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What can we expect from Trump's next moves in the domestic policy sphere?

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Yaroslav Maltsev
Washington DC-based economist and social policy expert. Formerly: research fellow...  · 28 февр 2017
Trump's domestic policies are slowly starting to take shape. It looks like these policies indeed largely reflect what he promised during the election campaign, when he said he would scale back Obama's healthcare reform (known as Obamacare), raise the USA's defense capabilities, embark... Читать далее
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Behind the controversies, what are Donald Trump’s actual policies?

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Professor of Philosophy, University of Texas  · 17 окт 2016
For me, one of the main motivations is his determination to rein in the administrative state, and to try to return some decisions to the people. I see the regulatory environment in the United States becoming more and more restrictive. We are no longer even in the top ten states for... Читать далее
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Why do people say Trump is a fascist rather than a nationalist?

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Anna Sorokina
Professor of History and Political Theory at Oxford Brookes University, author of The...  · 9 февр 2017
Because they’re ignorant of the word fascism, simple as that. Fascism is a revolutionary form of nationalism, and Trump is absolutely not a revolutionary. He’s a dynamic conservative who wants to get rid of socialism just like Thatcher did in Britain in the 1980s, who wants to liberate... Читать далее
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Is Donald Trump the most dangerous Presidential candidate in US history?

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Senior Vice President, FP1 Strategies. Deputy National Press Secretary on Mitt Romney’s...  · 14 окт 2016
I think he is. I don’t think he’s going to win, but if he did, I think he would not only be a disastrous President, but a danger to the country and to the world. I’ve worked with Republican candidates for years. I served with Governor Romney for ten years. I had major policy... Читать далее
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Is Donald Trump a fascist?

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Edie Mullen
Professor of History and Italian Studies at New York University, author of 'Fascist...  · 7 нояб 2016
I would not call him a fascist in terms of historic fascism, because the most fundamental thing about classical fascism is that you have a dictator with a one-party state, with all other parties suppressed, and the chosen party growing to be a bureaucracy that rivals the state. I don’t... Читать далее
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What should the Republican Party do if Trump loses?

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Andrew Harrison
Senior Vice President, FP1 Strategies. Deputy National Press Secretary on Mitt Romney’s...  · 20 окт 2016
There’s not a lot the party can do to stop something like this happening again. The party doesn’t choose the nominees. The party only sets up the process, the vehicle that does choose the nominees. I think there’s going to be an effort to change the rules, though. Trump won a lot of... Читать далее
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Can Donald Trump be removed?

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Andrew Mueller
Senior Vice President, FP1 Strategies. Deputy National Press Secretary on Mitt Romney’s...  · 12 янв 2017
Before the Inauguration, there’s no way. Trump has been elected by the people, the Electoral College has cast their ballots and they were accepted by the House and Senate. So there is absolutely no way to reverse it at this point.  I don’t think he’s being pressured into stepping aside... Читать далее
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Why did polls fail to predict Brexit and Trump?

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Тоня Самсонова
Lecturer in Political Sociology, Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge  · 9 нояб 2016
1. Surveys are better instruments for revealing demographic and attitudinal bases of support for different options than they are at predicting the outcome of tight races. 2. It is important to stress that the polls were not far off. In fact, in both cases the actual results were within... Читать далее
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Was Donald Trump's election a victory for white nationalism?

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TheQSTN.com Team
Fellow at the Foreign Policy Initiative, correspondent and columnist, author of 'The End...  · 13 нояб 2016
Nationalism isn’t the word I’d use. Nationalism implies that people want their own separate state. I think it’s more white supremacy, or white cultural resentment. The country is diversifying. It’s not going to be a white majority country by 2050. The most visible form of that is a... Читать далее
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