The US faces a crisis of reputation on the world stage and of democracy at home. The burden now falls on the new president to rebuild his nation.
Two notable events took place in the United States on 13 January. First, Joe Biden announced he intended to nominate Samantha Power to head the US Agency for International Development. Power, who won a Pulitzer Prize for her 2003 book about failed Western responses to genocide, A Problem from Hell, and served as US ambassador to the United Nations under Barack Obama, is not universally popular. She is an …read more
Source:: New Statesman