Culture Shock Trump?

How U.S. Policies Influence the Arts, Culture and Science

Within just a few days of taking office, President Donald Trump has begun to change the political scenery of the U.S., decree by decree. His policies affect the arts, culture and science: Universities are to suffer financial cutbacks; the immigration ban for individuals from seven majority-Muslim countries threatens to damage the international exchange in the arts, culture and science. Still, Trump's executive orders do not go unchallenged: Museums and universities refuse to accept this growing isolation without a fight. Our special press review 'Culture Shock Trump?' explores current developments in the U.S. and their consequences for the arts, sports, the media and science.

UN head: American "soft power" is fading

thehill.com | 13.09.2018

The slow boil of science

The Office of the Science and Technology Advisor to the U.S. Department of State closes.

thehill.com | 17.08.2018

Why arts journalism matters: because art matters

theartnewspaper.com | 16.08.2018

A Free Press Needs You

nytimes.com | 15.08.2018

The erosion of American diplomacy

theconversation.com | 29.07.2018

Amendment to Cut NEA Funding Heads to the Floor

americansforthearts.org | 18.07.2018

Protesters Get the Green Light

Giant "Trump Baby" Blimp Over UK Parliament During the President's Visit

news.artnet.com | 06.07.2018

And Then There Were None

America's image in the world

uscpublicdiplomacy.org | 02.07.2018

America Needs to Revamp Its Image

nationalinterest.org | 29.05.2018