Rise of the Reactionaries: The American Far Right and U.S. Foreign Policy

  title={Rise of the Reactionaries: The American Far Right and U.S. Foreign Policy},
  author={I. Rehman},
  journal={The Washington Quarterly},
  pages={29 - 48}
  • I. Rehman
  • Published 2017
  • Economics
  • The Washington Quarterly
  • The election of Donald J. Trump is a turning point in modern American history. On the domestic front, the 45 U.S. president’s unconventional governing style and use of social media has triggered controversy, as has his professed antipathy toward key democratic institutions such as a free press and an independent judiciary. Donald Trump’s presidency has also coincided with the rise of the so-called “alt-right”—a movement that can best be described as an effort to unify and mainstream disparate… CONTINUE READING
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