The spirit of cooperation has been under constant assault since President Trump took over.
Twitter is based in the U.S., and the Trump administration has more potential power over the company compared to Bolsonaro and other world leaders.
The president's rush to send people to work is foolhardy. The coronavirus has little respect for the economy, for business, and more importantly, the president himself.
By helping to lead the global response to the COVID-19 crisis, China can turn its defensive, reactive stance toward the U.S. into a more open, proactive one.
No doubt the principles that have governed the world since 1945 have changed.
Saudi Arabia has a unique ability to liaise with China on one hand, and with Riyadh's longtime ally the U.S. on the other.
The conservative extremism under which the United States has been living will be offset by a liberal extremism that opposes it.
But with Biden choosing the right keywords, the race for the presidency is getting more interesting.
The entrance of coronavirus into the U.S. election will probably be the decisive factor in who rules the greatest nation.
A long, drawn-out Democratic contest would have suited the president better. He could watch his opponents bleed to death and then go for the kill on fight night in November.