Today, we will discuss about a very recent phenomenon that has shocked everyone from every political and ideological scope: Donald Trump’s victory in the US election in 2016. It is clear that President Trump represents the Republican Party, but can we consider him as a paradigm of Republicanism in the US? And what is even more important, is he representative of a broader movement towards the far right, or just a character that looks for national interests in a period of global crisis? Jerelyn Dsouza and Sebastian Blanco are speaking for Donald Trump, whereas in front of them we have Rocío González and Vicente Giner, who wish to emphasize the controversies and contradictions of Donald Trump’s program.
Conferencia “Brexit, Trump and other International Challenges for Europe”, impartida por el Director Académico y Asesor de Programas de la London School of Economics, Sr. D. Julius Sen, impartida en la Universidad Europea de Madrid el día 30 de marzo. El experto debate con los estudiantes sobre temas de actualidad como el Brexit o el […]