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Trump’s Penchant for Chaos Brings Less World Order

There’s no one way to produce a U.S. foreign policy. “Realists” hew to a pragmatic view of the world. Moralists are more guided by convictions. Academics identify a Hamiltonian school of thought, also a Wilsonian, Jeffersonian and Jacksonian one. But Donald Trump may be the first President who seems to just make it up on…
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