‘…. it can be anticipated that the current administration will try to restore its losing economic foothold in the Indo-Pacific along with managing the growing Chinese military adventurism in the region.’
‘The question is not whether Trump’s approach was correct but rather what US foreign policy will consist of now.’
‘Attempting to delegitimise or waste the time and money of several US states is called ‘lawfare’, something Trump does not have the funds of achieving successfully.’
‘The legal protection of social media is a problem that affects all of us and the question needs to be raised: Is this a fight to protect free speech, or to destroy it?’
‘Whether old or new, leaders that are determined to show their independent strength to continue to defy transcendental forces that liberals put so much emphasis on, including the virus.’
Sarcastic essay dealing with the transformative nature of policy-making environment in the age of social media, through the example of one of the orangest men to ever hold nuclear launch codes.