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Trump After One-Year

Ask our Experts
Posted on November 7, 2017

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

Chedly Belkhodja, principal, School of Community and Public Affairs
514 848-2424, ext.  2576
Chedly.belkhodja@concordia.ca


Mireille Paquet, assistant professor, Department of Political Science, currently William Lyon Mackenzie King Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard University
Mireille.paquet@concordia.ca

 

Religion, radicalisation and white supremacy

André Gagné, associate professor, Department of Theological Studies, digital fellow MIGS (Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies
Read his articles in The Conversation Canada
Cell : 514 999-4188
Andre.gagne@concordia.ca

 

Women and LGBTQ

Geneviève Rail, professor, Simone de Beauvoir Institute
gen.rail@concordia.ca
514 848-2424, ext. 5856

 

Domestic U.S. Policy and Obamacare

Graham Dodds, associate professor in the Department of Political Science
home: 514 937-9972
g.dodds@concordia.ca

 

Climate change

Damon Matthews, professor, Department of Geography, Planning and Environment, Concordia Research Chair in Climate Science and Sustainability
514 848-2424, ext. 2064
damon.mathews@concordia.ca

 

NAFTA and the consequences of its renogotiation

Guy Lachapelle, professor, Department of Political Science
Cell : 514-770-8704
guy.lachapelle@concordia.ca  

 

International relations, nuclear tensions

Julian Schofield, associate professor, Department of Political Science
514 848-24242, ext. 2135
julian.schofield@concordia.ca

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