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The Trump Phenomenon and the Future of US Foreign Policy

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The Trump Phenomenon and the Future of US Foreign Policy
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Donald Trump has called for a turnaround in the foreign policy of the United States (US). A key reason is that US foreign engagements have in recent decades proved of little benefit to the US middle and working classes.Trump's opponents have challenged him to prove that he can offer a better alternative to the foreign policy which has been pursued by the US since the Second World War. This volume shows that a sane US foreign policy that adjusts US postwar trajectory can be accomplished if leaders have the courage and integrity to do so. The principles and many details of an alternative policy based on democratic nationalism are described in this book. Democratic nationalism presumes that the US is a large family in which the needs of members of the family have a certain legitimate priori..
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Sold ByPrakash Books
AuthorDaniel Quinn Mills, Steven Rosefielde
ISBN-139789813200876
FormatPaperback
LanguageEnglish
Pages212 Pages
Publication Date (YYYY-MM-DD)2016-09-07
Publication Year2016
CategoryOther (Books)

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The Trump Phenomenon and the Future of US Foreign Policy

Donald Trump has called for a turnaround in the foreign policy of the United States (US). A key reason is that US foreign engagements have in recent decades proved of little benefit to the US middle and working classes.

Trump's opponents have challenged him to prove that he can offer a better alternative to the foreign policy which has been pursued by the US since the Second World War.

This volume shows that a sane US foreign policy that adjusts US postwar trajectory can be accomplished if leaders have the courage and integrity to do so. The principles and many details of an alternative policy based on democratic nationalism are described in this book. Democratic nationalism presumes that the US is a large family in which the needs of members of the family have a certain legitimate priority over those of people abroad.

While Donald Trump has raised the level of discussion of these ideas in US public life, he does not have a monopoly on them. The shifts in the US foreign policy which are envisioned in this book can be made by any president and any political party. The shifts and the considerations which motivate them are deserving of careful attention by any US chief executive. This is not a Republican agenda, nor a Democratic one. We believe that it is a US agenda.

Readership: Readers interested in the US General Election, its Foreign and Public Policies, and international relations.


Donald Trump has called for an about face in the foreign policy of the United States (US). A key reason is that US foreign engagements have in recent decades proved of little benefit to the US middle and working classes. Trump's opponents have challenged him to prove that he can offer a better alternative to the foreign policy which has been pursued by the US since the Second World War. This volume shows that a sane US foreign policy that adjusts US postwar trajectory can be accomplished if leaders have the courage and integrity to do so. The principles and many details of an alternative policy based on democratic nationalism are described in this book. Democratic nationalism presumes that the US is a large family in which the needs of members of the family have a certain legitimate priority over those of people abroad. While Donald Trump has raised the level of discussion of these ideas in US public life, he does not have a monopoly on them. The shifts in the US foreign policy which are envisioned in this book can be made by any president and any political party. The shifts and the considerations which motivate them are deserving of careful attention by any US chief executive. This is not a Republican agenda, nor a Democratic one. We believe that it is a US agenda.


About the Author

Daniel Quinn Mills, PhD, served as a Professor at the Harvard Business School for over thirty years teaching Leadership, Strategy, Human Resources, and Personal Development. Dr Mills consults with major corporations on subjects of leadership, strategy, and financial investments. Dr Mills serves as a Member of The Panel of Thought Leaders of the Peter Drucker Foundation. Dr Mills arrived at the Harvard Business School in 1976. He taught at MIT's Sloan School of Management from 1968 to 1975, and he supplemented his MIT teaching by spending several years in Washington, DC, running an economic stabilization agency. Mills earned his MA and PhD from Harvard, both in economics. He received his undergraduate degree from Ohio Wesleyan University. Dr Mills is a prolific author and his latest publications include three books co-authored with Steven Rosefielde:Democracy and Its Elected Enemies: American Political Capture and Economic Decline (Cambridge University Press); Masters of Illusion: American Leadership in the Media Age (Cambridge University Press); Global Economic Turmoil and Public Good (World Scientific).

Steven Rosefielde received an AM degree in Soviet Regional Studies (1967) and PhD in Economics from Harvard University (1972). His special areas were Soviet economy and comparative systems theory including Asian economic systems, labor managed firms and international trade. He was trained by Abram Bergson, working as well with Wassily Leontief, Alexander Gerschenkron, Simon Kuznets, Gottfried von Haberler and Evsei Domar. He is Professor of Economics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and has served simultaneously as Adjunct Professor at various universities including the US Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey. He has taught widely across the globe in Russia, Japan, China, and Thailand, and has been a visiting research scholar at the Stockholm School of Economics, Bank of Finland, Trento University, Central Economics and Mathematics Institute (Moscow). During the Soviet era, he was an advisor to the Office of the American Secretary of Defense and FOI (Swedish Defense Institute), also serving as Coordinator of the US–USSR Joint Cooperative Research Program on Science and Technology (between the National Science Foundation and the Soviet Academy of Sciences), Topic 1, subtopic 3, "enterprise modeling," 1977–1981. In 1997, he was inducted into the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences [Rossiiskaia Akademiia Estestvennykh Nauk (RAEN)]. After the Soviet Union collapsed, he refocused his attention on Asia and the European Union while remaining actively engaged with Russia and Eastern Europe. Throughout his career he has striven to integrate the lessons learned in high level government service with advanced economic theory.

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