[COVID-19] has harmed China’s international reputation, [and] has also weakened many 'developing' countries ... If the leaders of the [West] thought in strategic terms, they would ... step in.
With racial matters in sight, Trump has no interest in unity ... It is a strategy that poses some risks, not only for civil society, but also for American democracy.
This time, it is not only African Americans, but also white people who are joining in the rejection of police violence.
Any pretension of 'going back to normal' (the 'normal' that created so much barbarity) is but a melancholy illusion.
How did the country that elected Donald Trump become so tolerant of disruption?
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Against a background of great uncertainty, the crisis is putting Trump’s leadership to the test.
With the rapid spread of the pandemic in the U.S., Trump ... politicized the matter, and made China the scapegoat for his terrible management of the crisis.
The irresponsibility of some continental neighbors may push the region into an abyss.
What did the United States have to offer the multilateral world that it has tried to shape, except for rebukes?