Since the election, the Monkey Cage has been examining what is likely to change with the new administration. For your Thanksgiving delectation, here’s what we’ve looked at so far. (Tomorrow, we’ll round up what we know about the election and voting.)
How should we think about the extreme responses to Trump’s victory?
- Hate Trump if you want. But democracy requires respecting the winner’s legitimacy.
- Yes, in the U.S., the people can reject a president — if they’re sure he’s a tyrant.
- People are in the streets protesting Donald Trump. When are protests successful?
- The Trump/Hitler comparisons are overstated. Here are the warning signs for how Hitler consolidated power.
- What Socrates, Aristotle and Leo Strauss can teach us about Donald Trump
- Trump’s election has undermined “political correctness.” That’s a huge problem.
What can we expect from Trump’s policies?
- How is President Trump likely to govern? Here’s what we know about populists.
- What does Donald Trump need for a successful presidency? Bureaucrats.
- Trump’s lobbying ban might actually make corruption worse
In foreign policy:
- Yes, Trump can build his border wall — because most of it is already built.
- When the White House changes hands, it’s a dangerous time in foreign policy.
- How much power will Trump’s foreign policy advisers have? Here’s what the research says.
- Trump’s national security adviser wants to water down the U.S.’s NATO commitments. Let’s look at what that means.
- Trump’s global vision sounds familiar. This is what’s missing.
- Here’s how Trump’s election will affect U.S.-Russian relations
- This is why Senate Republicans might not go “nuclear.”
- 8 questions about the future of banking regulation under Trump
With the Supreme Court: