Trump: Upending 70 years of U.S. Foreign Policy and What it Means for the Western Balkans

The consequences of the election of Donald J. Trump have revealed dramatic changes in American foreign policy: an up-ended world order, the public embrace of despots, the virtual elimination of diplomacy, the announcement of eye-popping arms deals, a degradation of human rights and democracy, and the withdrawal of American global leadership from an international agreement to combat climate change. On the campaign trail, Trump preached “Make America Great Again” by promising to change business as usual, in Washington D.C. and well beyond America’s shores.

Tanya L. Domi

Tanya L. Domi


Tanya L. Domi is an Adjunct Professor of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs and is an affiliate faculty member of the Harriman Institute. She is also a Fellow with the Emerging Democracies Institute based in Washington, D.C. She teaches human rights in the Western Balkans. Prior to her faculty appointment at Columbia in 2008, Domi worked internationally for more than a decade on issues related to democratic transitional development, including political and media development, human rights, gender and sexual identity issues and human trafficking.


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