“Trumplandia is a welcome addition toward understanding current events, Washington's international policy, and the present American society; a society polarized and divided as it has not been since the Civil War.” NICHOLAS DIMA, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor and Research Associate, Nelson Institute, James Madison University, Virginia.
The book is a collection of essays about the transformation of America, which has turned from a united nation to one more divided than ever. Some pundits predict that, if things don't change, another civil war could occur. Have we reached a point of no return? Hopefully, America is mature enough to learn from its mistakes and avoid further scars along its evolving history.
“The book is fascinating. It provides background to, and insights into [the] current and past political history as well as offering a personal view… of the country and society. Presented in thematic form in chapters and sections, the insights offered provide a suggestive radiography...” Dr. DENNIS DELETANT, OBE, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, Washington DC “There has been this backsliding in… what a truly functioning rule-of-law state is, that has proper separation of co-equal powers, which, if you don't keep working on that, you backslide. And I am even worried about that here, in the United States right now, about backsliding.” OBIE MOORE, Esq., OLM Advisors LLC, Washington DC “Indeed, Trumplandia should be a welcome addition to any scholar, student or layman's library, especially in its international edition. If anyone loses sleep over its challenging assertions, then it will have been well worth it.” ERNESTO MORALES HIZON, Ph.D. Candidate in American and Comparative Politics at Claremont Graduate University, Member, Integrated Bar of the Philippines.
Tiberiu Dianu has practiced law in Romania (as a corporate lawyer, judge, senior counselor at the Ministry of Justice, university professor, and senior legal researcher), and in the United States (as a legal expert for the judiciary). He published several books and a host of articles on law, politics, and post-communist societies. Tiberiu currently lives and works in Washington, DC.