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More on domestic ‘unilateralism’

Birthright citizenship Yesterday, I wrote about what unilateralism looks like on the domestic front. And in many ways, it's similar to international unilateralism. The guiding principle is to prematurely forgo compromise and take a stance,…

How the Internet drives polarization

I had an epiphany of sorts this morning and I wanted to run the insight by you. Here's what I decided: just maybe the Internet is responsible for a lot of the increasing polarization we see online. Here's how I came to that conclusion.…

My thoughts on Trump’s trade war

People are now talking about a trade war. But How will Trump implement his tariff plan? Who will the targets be? How will they respond? What will the economic and political ramifications be? We simply don't know. There will be great…

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