- “The 5 Types of Trump Voter: How a Fractured Coalition Can Lead to Broken Promises,” by Emily Ekins
- “Who Elected Donald Trump?,” Free Thoughts Podcast
I encourage Malaysians to accept ICERD, and gave a reference that even the Islamists could not easily reject.
Hurricane Maria showed how a top-down, para-military-style disaster response can be tragically ineffective in the face of real chaos.
It’s difficult not to conclude the whole idea will cause a lot of fuss for little overall gain.
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