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How Trumpism Is Going to Change the World


Since Donald Trump won the 2016 U.S. presidential elections, most representatives of the international expert community have been asking a lot of questions regarding his policies. Everyone seems to be concerned how President Trump is going to build relations with other nations, including Russia, as well as how Trumpism is going to change the entire world.
 

 

 

 

Lylia Shevtsova, a Russian observer, is one of those representatives of the international expert community questioning Trump’s credibility.
 
During his farewell speech in the White House, Barack Obama mentioned his achievements, including Obamacare, overcoming recession, improving relations with Iran and Cuba, and some much more. However, Donald Trump seems to be determined to destroy most, if not all, of the achievements made by Obama during his presidency.
 
Lylia Shevtsova assumes that Barack Obama deserves the right to be respected. He was the first African American President to be elected, which is an achievement in itself. On top of that, he left his post with over 60% rating of public support. She thinks that such a high rating has to do with Obama’s personality and honesty rather than his actions.
 
For those of you who don’t know, Obama came into power under the “Hope and Change” motto. However, the more hopes you lay the more disappointed you may get later. Obama came into power when the postmodernism era was about to end. Therefore, he fell prey to the time he was elected. This wasn’t exactly the right time for him to become the U.S. President, she says.
 
He came into power only to see the political world creating some vacuum, and several aggressive players in the international arena trying to fill this space, including, Iran, China, and, of course, Russia

 

 

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She is convinced that instead of trying to find an alternative to the postmodernist unscrupulousness, he decided to choose another way – leaving the international arena. He got pragmatic. But as you can see his decision to withdraw troops from Iraq and Afghanistan favored the creation of a new wave of Islamic terrorism, including the ISIS. Neing reluctant to depress Bashar Asad, Obama watched the Syrian conflict escalating, which created a wave of refugees flooding Europe and undermining the social and economic stability in the EU. While abandoning the role of a global supervisor, the USA started undermining the existing world order.
 
What’s Next?
 

 

Donald Trump is seen as accidental since nobody has been actually waiting for it to happen. However, this reflects the changes in the American social and political field. People want changes. However, the thing is that Trump is an exaggerated reflection of the postmodernism era. That’s why chances are the crisis of the U.S. political establishment is going to escalate. It’s very unlikely to see Trump and his administration dragging the USA and the West out of the ideological crisis. On top of that, by aggravating the situation, they may create even more space for a new American leader thinking about a new Historical mission for the USA

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