Trump After One-Year
Donald Trump was elected President of the United States on November 8, 2016.
He was officially sworn in on January 20 and quickly began taking action on many of his campaign promises.
The following experts can provide perspective on what effect the Trump presidency has had on a wide range of domestic policy issues as well as international trade, security and climate change. They can also discuss the impact of his many public pronouncenements on the resulting treatment of women and homosexuals, muslims, immigrants and refugees – whether actual or potential.
Immigration and the rise of right wing extremism
Religion, radicalisation and white supremacy
André Gagné, associate professor, Department of Theological Studies, digital fellow MIGS (Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies
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Women and LGBTQ
Domestic U.S. Policy and Obamacare
NAFTA and the consequences of its renogotiation