Tag Archives: United States

“Trumping” the World: Rising Powers Eye a Post-American Global Order

As the U.S. steps back from shaping the world order, there is no reason to despair. It presents a historic opportunity for regional powers to fill the vacuum.

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U.S. Democracy and the Age of American Impotence

Yet another school shooting. U.S. democracy has devolved into a kabuki show. No real reform, no matter how pressing, ever gets done.

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Battleground Ukraine: Trump Vs. the State Department

Reflections on the art of diplomacy.

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Canada: At “WAR” With the US? (=Water, Arctic and Refugees)

Reflections on three key Canadian challenges coming up in bilateral relations with the U.S.

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Trump: Return to (Classic) US Isolationism

Donald Trump is a very imperfect messenger, but he heralds a lasting return to the traditional stance of US foreign policy.

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Trump: A Loser?

Trump is like the Phantom Menace: He should be gone, but he keeps coming back.

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Donald Trump: The Desperate President

Donald Trump really does not want a second term. He is trying everything imaginable to avoid his reelection.

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Buttigieg Steps Up His Game, But…

Can the South Bend, Indiana mayor bridge the racial divide to advance to the top tier of Democratic Party nomination for the 2020 race?

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Draining the Swamp: Trump. Biden. Warren

Why the Democratic Party needs a course correction.

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US Impeachment and UK Prorogation: Back to 1710

The last time an impeachment process in the U.S. and prorogation of Parliament in the UK were simultaneously in the news was in 1710.

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