"How can I know what I think until I read what I write?" – Henry James
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Think about it. In recent decades, the ideal of government expressed in Washington DC has been one based on law, institutional hierarchies and bureaucratic process. That, after all, is the normal 20th-century Anglo-Saxon ideal that the White House aspires to — if not always meets.
But Trump has never run his real-estate ventures under these principles. And he shows scant respect for these ideals now. Instead, he places great trust in family ties, insists on high levels of loyalty from subordinates and takes public revenge if this is breached (as James Comey, the former FBI director, knows only too well). He issues orders through personal channels, not bureaucracies. He makes displays of bravado against self-styled enemies, usually via Twitter, and hates being slighted (or “dishonoured”, as an anthropologist might say). Indeed, he tends to view foreign policy through a similar lens: just look at all those tweets complaining that perceived rivals are “laughing at us”.
sábado, 5 de agosto de 2017
"La Constituyente ha sido rechazada por países como México, España, Colombia, Estados Unidos, México, así como por la Unión Europea, mientras que ha sido reconocida por China, Rusia, Cuba, Bolivia o Nicaragua."