Germano Dottori
Germano Dottori
Chair of Strategic Studies at Luiss-Guido Carli University in Rome. He was an Adviser to the Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee between 2001 and 2006. He has worked with the Rivista Italiana di Difesa (Italian Defence magazine) since 1997. He has published books and research in Italy and Great Britain on security and defence
Between Continuity and Change: What a Trump Presidency Will Mean to Europe and the Transatlantic Link

Between Continuity and Change: What a Trump Presidency Will Mean to Europe and the Transatlantic Link

President Trump’s rise to power will remain controversial for a long period of time. His path to the White House has been too unconventional and marked by the breach of most of the implicit rules of the US Presidential campaigns. Like most of the radicals entering the political arena, he made his way up into the headlines resorting to an unprecedentedly provocative kind of communication. He played his game asymmetrically, turning his opponents’ best qualities, such as experience and balance, into their worst vulnerability, and assigning to social media, and particularly Twitter, the task of mobilizing support. More


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