Krakowskie Studia Międzynarodowe 2019, nr 3 (XVI) The Presidency of Donald Trump

From introduction: "Donald Trump’s victory in 2016 shattered a complacency of the global liberal consensus, already shaking in Europe in the wake of the immigration crisis in 2015 and its political consequences. His victory was quickly defi ned by the liberal-left elites, because of the United States superpower status among modern democracies, as the most consequential and disruptive populist phenomenon among other already visible in Europe, subverting not only the post-Soviet liberal consensus of the “end of history” shaped after 1989, but more generally questioning the principles of the post-1945 model of social and political development of liberal democracy. We may also risk an opinion that Trump’s victory, together with other victories of the so called “populist movements” in such countries as Great Britain, Hungary, Poland or Italy with a corresponding breaking of the consensual politics in many European countries, including the most, so it seemed, stable Germany, are truly important milestones in western political history for reasons not necessarily connected with the immediate changes in so far unquestionable concrete liberal policies taken for granted. They are also important because they suddenly deepened political divisions and stirred passions inside of particular societies leveling them to a nearly quasi-religious dimension."(...)
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