An anthology from the pages of the Cairo Review of Global Affairs brings together experts from the Middle East and around the world for a penetrating insight into how maverick tycoon Donald Trump captured the White House and a comprehensive survey of the new America president's domestic and international challenges. This is a must-read collection of serious writing for everyone concerned about superpower relations, Middle East peace, migration and immigration, climate change, and other hot-button issues in the Trump Era. Among the anthology's 32 essays: "The Meaning of Trump" by Donald T. Critchlow; "American Poverty" by Bernie Sanders, "Islamophobes" by Moustafa Bayoumi; "The United States and Palestine" by Rashid Khalidi; "Struggle of the Middle East Refugees" by António Guterres; "How ISIS Will End" by Mark Juergensmeyer; "Failings of Political Islam" by Tarek Osman," "Unraveling in the Kremlin" by Lilia Shevtsova, and "After the Paris Agreement" by Hoda Baraka and Payal Parekh. With an introduction by former Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy.
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