Globalization stoppers: Are they an enemy or a friend?
|Leader||Keiji Nakatsuji (Ritsumeikan University)|
|Researcher||Keiji Nakatsuji, Akira Furukawa (Ritsumeikan University), Sachio Nakato (Ritsumeikan University), Miwa Hirono (Ritsumeikan University), and others.|
|Term||April 2016 – March 2017|
The elevation of Donald Trump to the presumptive Republican Presidential nominee has gathered many surprises. His peculiar statements such as “building a wall along the border with Mexico” indicate not only his individual foreign hatred but also represent a wide-spread popular sentiment in the US. It could be interpreted as an anti-globalization movement.