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As you may know, Donald Trump recently appeared in front of the Israeli American Council and said some things. Here’s the Washington Post headline: Starting at around the ninth paragraph of that story, Josh Dawsey writes that: [Trump] said that some Jewish Americans needed to love Israel more, however, remarks that drew some immediate criticism. […]

Trump/Johnson

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On November 29, 2019

While I’d probably argue that Andrew Jackson might be the most analogous comparison to Trump, certainly Andrew Johnson is a comparison many have usefully made and it’s probably more releva

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I don’t really have any penetrating insight on this matter. He’s done it before. He’ll do it again. Because he’s not just unqualified for his job, he’s anti-qualified. When he comes in contact with qualified officials, there’s an explosion and a firing. A “beautiful” and “talented” dog got injured. A robot had been on standby […]
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My co-author, Alexander Cooley, has a new post over at the website for our forthcoming book, Exit from Hegemony. The post explores how the key events that have led to the impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump—from those of #RussiaGate to #UkraineGate—are all tied up in great-power contestation over international order. This is true even of […]

Don’t Overthink It

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On September 25, 2019

The summary of the Trump’s phone call with Zelensky, as Paul argues, provides very strong evidence of corruption. Although likely only a partial account of what transpired in that single convers

Moral Compass

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On September 13, 2019

When you’re right, you’re right. First daughter Ivanka Trump credits her father with teaching her the importance of good morals, Politico reported. During a fundraiser event in Jackson Hol

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