Making Sense of Donald Trump’s Foreign Policy


TIME:  18:00-19:00, 1st November 2017

VENUE: Committee Room 3A,House of Lords,

Houses of Parliament, London SW1A OPA


Professor Michael Mastanduno 
Nelson A. Rockefeller Professor of Government at Dartmouth College

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Donald Trump is an unexpected, provocative, and unconventional US President.  Trump’s election to the White House took the world by surprise and as the dust settles on one of the most surprising elections in American history, Professor Mastanduno will explore how Trump amplifies himself as a global leader. With an already precarious Middle East descending deeper into crisis and the growing concern of an attack from North Korea, Trump’s foreign policy is under the spotlight and Professor Mastanduno will discuss how this unconventional President’s foreign policy is set to be a radical departure from postwar US norms and traditions.

By kind invitation of Lord Risby, The Henry Jackson Society are delighted to invite you to an event with Professor Michael Mastanduno. Professor Mastanduno will examine to what extent President Trump’s foreign policy is proving to be a radical departure from postwar US norms and traditions, while examining what implications this Presidency will have for international stability.

Professor Michael Mastanduno

Professor Michael Mastanduno is the Nelson A. Rockefeller Professor of Government and was Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Dartmouth College, USA .  His areas of research and teaching specialization include international relations, U.S. foreign policy, and the politics of the world economy.  His articles have appeared in numerous academic and policy journals and he is author or editor of seven books on international relations theory and practice.  Professor Mastanduno lectures frequently in Europe and Asia and has been a guest faculty member at the University of Tokyo, the Graduate School of Economics and International Relations at Milan, and the Geneva Center for Security Policy.  He has been awarded fellowships from the Brookings Institution, the Salzburg Seminar, and the East-West Center, and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.


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