Anti-System Society and Post-Truth: The Impact of Trump and Demagogue Movements on International Relations
This article describes the impact of demagogue movements across Western liberal democracies on the international order. It applies political science and the theory of anti-system parties to international relations to highlight the limitations of traditionalist International Relations theory like the English School idea of international society. Trump and his administration are used to explore how post truth collides with several principles, values, and modus operandi of the International Society and its order, to the extent that they may represent the emergence of a new opposing (dis)order.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: February 1, 2018
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