Originally published at the Concorde International Review in November 2020. In late September 2019, in a world blissfully unacquainted with COVID-19 and social distancing, representatives of the nations of the world gathered in New York City for the 74th Session of the United Nations. A result of the Allies’ victory over the Axis Powers inContinue reading “Refuel and Reinvigorate: What Joe Biden’s Foreign Policy Can Achieve”
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Five Thoughts: What Is It Going To Take?
This should have been so easy. This should have been a lay-up, a tap-in, a chip-shot, a meat ball, pick whatever sports metaphor you want. This election was here for the taking for the Democrats, and while they managed to reclaim the White House they will spend the next four years ruing missed chances andContinue reading “Five Thoughts: What Is It Going To Take?”
Five Thoughts: Trump (Un)Deterred
Donald Trump was never going to go gently into that good night. “Rage, rage against the dying of my presidential grift and exploitation of American democracy” was always going to be his exit strategy, however begrudging the exit might be. Oh, sure, he’s launched legal challenges in a handful of states. But those challenges areContinue reading “Five Thoughts: Trump (Un)Deterred”
Five Thoughts on the Election: Restoration
The passage of time has been distorted in 2020. March took a century. April and May collectively lasted nine hours. And last week, Tuesday night dragged on for four extra days, until finally, on what should have been Saturday morning, the calendar was restored to normalcy. America’s long election night was over. And Joe BidenContinue reading “Five Thoughts on the Election: Restoration”