[T]he traditional principles of the West (rationality, individual freedom, democracy and multilateralism) are not prevalent in international relations, but quite the opposite.
We must keep condemning and speaking out against any attempt to normalize atrocities.
In the 21st century, Donald Trump is the new prototype of the old anti-establishment president.
Many political observers believe "kayfabe" to be the crucial term in understanding the present cynical perception of politics in the U.S.
The very fact that Trump and his populism came to power is rooted in the decline of democratic values among American citizens in the first place.
Trump’s election was the result of a surging tide of white populism in America, and his unfiltered words express the emotions of such believers.
The U.S. president is ratcheting up volatility in major pockets of potential armed conflict identified by analysts.