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The current international relations full of uncertainties

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Reported by Wong Wing Lam, 23rd October, 2018

As the decade changes, the situation and power of different countries is changing, said Simon Shen, a University of Hong Kong academic.

Simon Shen, an adjunct associate professor of Department of Politics and Public Administration, who gave a talk at Hong Kong Shue Yan University weekly forum. He shared his point of view on the international relations.

‘Many phenomenon that wouldn't happened is occurred nowadays,’ Shen said.

He said, since Donald Trump became the American president, it shows that the society was divided into two kinds of people- winners and losers.

Shen explained, winners refers to the rich or people who have higher social status, and losers refers to the poor or people who have lower social status.

‘Trump represents as the losers, but many of his supporters are winners. It shows that the society prones to anti-elitism,’ Shen said.

Also, Trump keep breaking the norms. Shen gave an example, Trump often use twitter rather than the official government platforms to express his personal opinions.

Trump posts what he think freely on Twitter, and people used to see what is new updated there. His thinking is unpredictable that make the world with more uncertainties, Shen said.

In addition, ‘tribalism is being normal,’ he said. China and America treats themselves as two individuals, they fight for their own interests, such as Trump advocates ‘American first’. --165009 2018年10月23日 (二) 17:44 (CST)

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