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April 25, 2018

The rise of "hard-nosed flexibility"

Everything is all scrambled up, and it’s extremely difficult to see what will become of the prevailing shape of world affairs.

Donald Trump will soon be meeting with Kim Jung-Un, a non-Castro is set to take the helm of Cuba, and Vladimir Putin’s favorite European leader is the right-wing Viktor Orban of Hungary. One’s mind spins in confusion that all is causing. We even learn that Kim Jung-Un is no longer demanding the withdrawal of U.S. troops from the Korean peninsula. (The North Koreans claim a residual U.S. troop presence would “help ensure stability.”) Topping off these mind-blowing developments is the news that Trump himself put the kib...

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