The virus of hate will be with us long after the pandemic.
The U.S. has not lost its appetite for demanding reparations. That might explain why President Trump has suggested that China should pay compensation to nations affected by the COVID-19 virus.
[D]uring this pandemic, the American public has been neither comforted nor encouraged by its president.
The U.S. election year makes bringing troops home a top priority.
The anti-Sanders conspiracy went according to plan.
While most major economies, especially the U.S., have acted quickly and put together impressive stimulus measures, as of now, the policy stimulus does not appear to be nearly enough.
Trump is a constant reminder that truth is stranger than fiction, and the fact that his popularity has shot up in the interim only serves to reinforce fears about the intellectual capacity of humanity.
[I]f Pakistan sets its own house in order, reduces dependency on the IMF and takes care of the FATF issue, this would deny Washington the use of its financial leverage and enhance Pakistan’s bargaining position.
A divided dispensation with various power centers in Kabul makes it extremely difficult to reach a political settlement.
Broadly speaking, though, global outrage at this travesty has been conspicuous by its absence.