Perceptions and Misconceptions of Donald Trump

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Series
: American Political, Economic, and Security Issues
BISAC: POL040010; POL042000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/SULU5202

This edited volume marks a further step toward responding to the challenge of providing a moderately broad but sensibly detailed and advanced treatment of human rights and foreign policy in comparative perception and the trend of democracy and the rule of law in the United States under Trump. In other words, the volume is responding to the general challenge (faced by others) of “providing a moderately broad but sensibly detailed and advanced treatment” of two things: (1) “human rights and foreign policy in comparative perception” and (2) “the trend of democracy and the rule of law in the United States under Trumpism.” This edited volume discusses the state of democracy, human rights, freedom of speech, rule of law and foreign policy in the United States under the US 45th President, Donald J. Trump, through the perspective of the authors – from different backgrounds such as the United States, Europe, Egypt, Brasil, Mexico – and their response to these policies, along with Trump’s concepts of human rights in Islam (Shārīe‘ā). In other words, the volume underscores the concept of democracy, human rights, freedom of speech, rule of law, and foreign policy in the United States under Trump.

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Table of Contents

Book Foreword
(James P. Nehf – Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Indianapolis, Indiana)

Introduction
(Mohamed A. ‘Arafa – Alexandria University Faculty of Law, Egypt)

Chapter 1. Millennial Journalism and its Ideological War with Donald Trump
(Graham Majin – Department of Media and Journalism, Bournemouth University, Bournemouth, Dorset, UK)

Chapter 2. A Dantesque Analysis of Human Rights during Donald Trump’s Presidency
(Arturo Castellanos-Canales – Academy on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, American University Washington College of Law, Washington, D. C., USA)

Chapter 3. A Spectrum of Positions: Donald Trump and LGBTQ+ Rights
(Joshua Aaron Jones – California Western School of Law, San Diego, CA, USA)

Chapter 4. The New Faces of Political Discourse: President Trump’s Tweets
(Griselda Zárate and Homero Zambrano – Department of Humanities, Universidad de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico, et al.)

Chapter 5. Molecules of Freedom and the Known Unknown: U.S. Energy Policy under President Trump
(Michael Blackwell – Husch Blackwell LLP and IU McKinney School of Law, IN, USA)

Chapter 6. Refugee Admissions under the Trump Administration
(Dane Kirchoff-Foster – Indiana University Maurer School of Law)

Chapter 7. Trump and The Phenomenon of Bolsonarism in Brazil
(Janriê Rodrigues Reck and Caroline Muller Bitencourt – Universidade de Santa Cruz do Sul, Brazil)

Chapter 8. International and Local Issues Shaping the Opinion of Egyptian Political Elites Towards the Trump Presidency
(Mohamed Alaa Abdel-Moneim and Ramy Galal – Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, Egypt, et al.)

Conclusion. Donald Trump and Andrew Jackson: Two Sides of the Same Coin
(Mohamed A. ‘Arafa – Alexandria University Faculty of Law, Egypt)

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