Produced by Craig Layne
Dickinson faculty are thought leaders who artfully connect global and national issues across various disciplines. Vantage Points is an online forum that highlights their expertise and analysis.
Thawing Russia Relations?
Russell Bova, Walter E. Beach '56 Chair in Political Science; professor of political science & international studies: An improvement in U.S.-Russia relations could have far-reaching consequences.
Expect Further Division
Erik Love, assistant professor of sociology: Trump's early moves show he plans to keep controversial and divisive campaign promises on immigrants, refugees and Muslims.
Will Trump Choose Choice?
Kathleen Marchetti, assistant professor of political science: Trump's inconsistent stance on abortion rights could be tested during his first 100 days.
Race, Civil Rights and Immigration
Sheela Jane Menon, assistant professor of English: Trump's directives signal a refusal to recognize the dignity and humanity of Native Americans, people of color, immigrants and refugees.
Mastering the Media
Sarah Niebler, assistant professor of political science: Trump's relationship with the media, for better or worse, could define his first 100 days.
Public Opinion Problems
David O'Connell, assistant professor of political science: Trump is disadvantaged for his first 100 days due to his unpopularity.
Watching Trump's "Mad Dog"
Douglas Stuart, professor of political science and international studies; J. William Stuart and Helen D. Stuart Chair in International Studies, Business and Management; adjunct professor, U.S. Army War College: Trump's pick for Secretary of Defense threatens balance of power in Washington.
Published January 19, 2017