Militaryism, twittering and breaking up liberal art of ‘old America’ are three key determinants of Donald Trump’s policy, which celebrates the first anniversary of White House visit today, comments Goran Grgic, a professor of international relations at the University of Sydney specializing in American politics
The next few days, a series of analyzes and comments will be published, which will, as well as this article, deal with account after the first anniversary of US President Donald Trump’s inauguration. Over the past year, there has been an entire industry of writers of texts marking various anniversaries related to current US administration.
From the first hundred days, the first half of the year, the first trip abroad, the first encounter with foreign leaders to the first speech in the United Nations, did not run out of opportunities for printing cards and text cards. In all of these texts, their authors are reluctant to find evidence that the American president finally began to behave staticly and that his foreign policy is beginning to take the lead of traditional US foreign policy