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Welcome to Trumplandia: National Populism in America

Welcome to Trumplandia: National Populism in America

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Lunghezza: 689 pagine7 ore

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Welcome to Trumplandia: National Populism in America is a collection of essays written between May 2016 and October 2019 about the transformation of America, a united nation that has become more divided than ever. Some pundits predict that if things don't change another civil war could occur. Have we reached a point of no return? Hopefully, America is mature enough to learn from its mistakes and avoid incurring further scars as its history continues to unfold.

 

"Tiberiu Dianu is a specialist in law, politics and post-communist societies… His latest book, titled Trumplandia, is a welcome addition towards understanding current events, Washington's international policy, and the present American society; a society polarized and divided as it has not been since the Civil War… Mr. Dianu makes in-depth assessments of important events in today's America and achieves not only fine descriptions, but as an expert in the field proves to have a 'gut feeling' for them. For example, the author understands, and at the same time feels, the meaning of rising patriotism and nationalism as a shield against a yet not fully understood impact of globalization."

NICHOLAS DIMA, PhD, Adjunct Professor and Research Associate, Nelson Institute, James Madison University, Virginia.

 

Tiberiu Dianu (born in 1961) is a native of Romania and a US citizen. Tiberiu has practiced law in Romania (as a corporate lawyer, judge, senior counselor at the Ministry of Justice, university professor and senior legal researcher), and in the United States (as a legal expert for the judiciary). His publications include several books and book chapters (published in Romania, the Netherlands and the United States) and a host of articles in law, politics, and post-communist societies (published in over 100 journals and blogs worldwide). Tiberiu currently lives and works in Washington, DC.

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Welcome to Trumplandia: National Populism in America

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Welcome to Trumplandia: National Populism in America

Lunghezza: 689 pagine7 ore

Descrizione

Welcome to Trumplandia: National Populism in America is a collection of essays written between May 2016 and October 2019 about the transformation of America, a united nation that has become more divided than ever. Some pundits predict that if things don't change another civil war could occur. Have we reached a point of no return? Hopefully, America is mature enough to learn from its mistakes and avoid incurring further scars as its history continues to unfold.

 

"Tiberiu Dianu is a specialist in law, politics and post-communist societies… His latest book, titled Trumplandia, is a welcome addition towards understanding current events, Washington's international policy, and the present American society; a society polarized and divided as it has not been since the Civil War… Mr. Dianu makes in-depth assessments of important events in today's America and achieves not only fine descriptions, but as an expert in the field proves to have a 'gut feeling' for them. For example, the author understands, and at the same time feels, the meaning of rising patriotism and nationalism as a shield against a yet not fully understood impact of globalization."

NICHOLAS DIMA, PhD, Adjunct Professor and Research Associate, Nelson Institute, James Madison University, Virginia.

 

Tiberiu Dianu (born in 1961) is a native of Romania and a US citizen. Tiberiu has practiced law in Romania (as a corporate lawyer, judge, senior counselor at the Ministry of Justice, university professor and senior legal researcher), and in the United States (as a legal expert for the judiciary). His publications include several books and book chapters (published in Romania, the Netherlands and the United States) and a host of articles in law, politics, and post-communist societies (published in over 100 journals and blogs worldwide). Tiberiu currently lives and works in Washington, DC.

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