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“Some aspects of Trumpism are here to stay”

“Some aspects of Trumpism are here to stay”

Joe Biden will bring back a degree of internationalism to the U.S. foreign policy, but the Democratic Party has shifted to a more Trumpian view of the world, says Roberta Haar, professor of Foreign Policy Analysis and Transatlantic Relations at UCM, in this opinion piece.
“Rarely have Americans felt so misunderstood by their fellow Americans”

“Rarely have Americans felt so misunderstood by their fellow Americans”

Whoever becomes the next president of the United States of America, he could benefit from the love and affection that Ruth Bader Ginsburg and fellow Supreme Court Justice Anton Scalia had for each other, says Roberta Haar, professor of Foreign Policy Analysis and Transatlantic Relations at University College Maastricht in this opinion article. Whil...
Europeans, learn to live with Trumpism; it is here to stay

Europeans, learn to live with Trumpism; it is here to stay

MAASTRICHT. In her inaugural lecture on January 30th, professor of Foreign Policy Analysis & Transatlantic Relations Roberta Haar analyzed U.S. President Trump’s policy in an historical context. This is an abbreviated version of her lecture, entitled: Is the Trump phenomenon a symptom or the cause for sh...

European universities warn against US entry ban

THE NETHERLANDS. European universities are calling on US president Donald Trump to immediately revoke the entry ban on nationals from seven Muslim countries. His executive order could have far-reaching consequences for the academic world.
 (Half) a nation grieves

(Half) a nation grieves

Is there anything else I could have written about this week? Walking to class on Wednesday morning, the regular crowd of flip-flop-wearing students carrying binders and water bottles is dotted with black. Many people on campus are treating this day as a day of mourning. The dining hall, usually abuzz and a-clatter with hungry voices and tinkling si...

What does Donald Trump’s presidential win mean for the Netherlands?

THE NETHERLANDS. While Dutch politicians and commentators reacted cautiously to Donald Trump’s win in the US presidential race, many of them saw parallels to the situation in the Netherlands, where voters are deserting traditional parties and putting their faith in populist candidates.
“Russia and China will test Trump”

“Russia and China will test Trump”

MAASTRICHT. As president of the United States, Donald Trump will press the NATO partners to spend more money on defense, but also: to deal more adequately with immigrants and refugees. “This has nothing to do with the number of refugees the European nations should take in, but with the way you incorporate them into your culture. America knows...

Staff and student about Trump’s victory

Staff and student about Trump’s victory

MAASTRICHT. Donald Trump has won the US election. Did he pull of a shock at Maastricht University?  
The players responsible for Trump’s rise to power: the media, the Republican Party and the people

The players responsible for Trump’s rise to power: the media, the Republican Party and the people

Many UCM students will wake up with a hangover Wednesday morning, and not just because the US Election Night at UCM turned out to be quite a party. Nobody, including speakers sociologist Kai Heidemann and political scientist Roberta Haar, expected a Trump victory. It was Dutch first-year Hanne Creijghton’s greatest fear. “He is someone ...

Trump will be ‘judged by his deeds’, says Dutch foreign minister

THE NETHERLANDS. Dutch foreign minister Bert Koenders has issued the first Dutch government reaction to Donald Trump’s victory in the US presidential election, by saying he will be judged by his actions.