Global "Rightist Revolt": Trumpism and Its Foundations

13.09.2017 11:00 Valdai Discussion Club Conference Hall (Bolshaya Tatarskaya 42, Moscow, Russia)
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On September 13, at 11:00, the Valdai Discussion Club will hold a presentation of a new report, titled "Global 'Rightist Revolt': Trumpism and Its Foundations."

The personality of the US president and his actions are of great interest not only in Russia, but throughout the world. This is due to the transformation of the American society, which made his victory possible. In this regard it is extremely important to study the basic foundations of trumpism as a socio-ideological phenomenon.

The report “Global Rightist Revolt: Trumpism and Its Foundations" is dedicated to the emergence of this phenomenon as a new ideology, which is a internal Western challenge to the neo-liberal mainstream. The report gives an analysis of the social base of Trumpism and its main values. The economic agenda of the new phenomenon is considered separately.

The report pays special attention to the problem of the social stability of trumpism: was it only a one-time outbreak or is it a long-term phenomenon that can change the social base of US policy in the next election cycles?

The authors of the report also consider the possibilities and limits of the"rightist revolt" transfer to Europe, how trumpism differs from the rightist national movements in the EU countries, whether a creation of a Trumpist Internationale of non-systemic rightist forces is possible, and, finally, how ideological postulates and values ​​of the rightist revolt can be applicable in Russia.

Moderator

  • Oleg Barabanov, Programme Director of the Valdai Discussion Club, Professor of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Participants:

  • Boris Kagarlitsky, Director of the Institute of Globalization and Social Movements (IGSO)

  • Dmitry Efremenko, Deputy Director of the Institute of Scientific Information for Social Sciences (INION)

  • Pavel Svyatenkov, political scientist, RT columnist

  • Boris Mezhuev, Associate Professor of the Faculty of Philosophy, Moscow State University


Information for the media: To attend, please fill out the accreditation form or call +7 915 077 97 22.

Information for participants: If you have any questions, please call +7 903 730 31 18.