Vilken utrikespolitik för Donald Trump? : En ideologianalys

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Luleå tekniska universitet/Institutionen för ekonomi, teknik och samhälle

Sammanfattning: Since Donald Trump took office there has been split opinions about which foreign policy is led by the President. From his candidacy to his first 2 years in office he has made remarks that can be categorized as falling within the theory of realism, liberalism and populism. This study has been based from the two classical IR-theories realism, liberalism and populism as an unconventional theory aside from IR-theory through an ideology analysis to make sense of which foreign policy is being driven by Trump. The study focuses on two cases: The Middle East and North Korea with security policy in focus. This particular ideology analysis has focused on Trump Twitter account, statements and interviews from news channels and official documents from the White House. This material has been analyzed through ideal types within the two IR-theories and the theory of populism. The results of this study show that Donald Trump falls in within the bounds of realism for the most part based on these cases two cases. But attention is paid to his populist tone and rhetoric and that there is no coherent foreign policy driven in these cases. This much to Trumps outrageous remarks on Twitter and to the media but most of all the contradiction between the president and his own administration.

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