In my opinion, in regards to Trump's presidency and the attempt by globalist forces to use Russia in particular to weaken or even reverse the results of the elections, it is important to understand the historical context of it.
Wright Mills' book,The Power Elite (1956), indicates that the key to understanding American concerns lies in the over-organization of its society.
Today, Theresa May will hold face-to-face talks with US President Donald Trump in the Oval Office.
The pair will spend about an hour together in what will be the first visit by a foreign leader since Mr. Trump became president.
These talks are the beginning of a new world order in which countries will pursue their own domestic and foreign policies.
Whether Trump's policy can lift up traditional values - I think the answer is yes. But it's going to take time.
Globalization de-tradtionalizes. Whenever globalization comes into a culture, it replaces all the things that make that culture unique with very standardized transcultural processes.
The first day of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland was more or less dedicated to the upcoming presidency of Donald Trump. Chinese President Xi Jinping positioned himself as a protector of free trade and globalization. U.S. President-elect Donald Trump didn't attend the forum, but his anti-globalist rhetoric was criticized multiple times by the Chinese president.
I brainstormed over the days and weeks prior to writing the first word of what would become this article today, I was confronted with a steady flow of information overload, and as I navigate through them in an attempt to make sense
I think that Hofer’s loss is the result of the total mobilization of the Austrian establishment, the so-called "swamp".