Sound the trumpets, the kingdom is great again: The great blond peacock has been elected!
The erosion of democracy brings us to a period of uncertainty in the systems of peace and security that have governed the planet since World War II and particularly since the end of the Cold War.
Unless, with the whole world watching, both candidates announce policies clearly and concretely during this election battle, the international influence of the U.S. will merely fade into the shadows.
When confronted with important everyday issues, Americans must now decide whether or not to interact with people that are substantially frustrated with current political realities.
When Mitt Romney was beaten by Barack Obama in 2012, the defeat was so bad that Republicans decided to do an “autopsy.” They were desperate to find ways to avoid the debacle this coming November. They published an important report, which, though nearly 100 pages long, can be summed up in two sentences:
With the first primaries in the state of Iowa, the election process in America has entered its final stage, and humanity has every reason to worry about the messages coming from the most powerful country in the world. Most Greeks, and other non-Americans, are complacent about the feeling that is emerging from a [Read more]