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View: The world has a stake to keep the post-Trump US democracy narrative alive

View: The world has a stake to keep the post-Trump US democracy narrative alive
View: The world has a stake to keep the post-Trump US democracy narrative alive
In other words, many countries will actively cooperate with Biden to ensure Washington regains some of its institutional heft and clout.

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But the notion that this will somehow keep the incoming Joe Biden administration only embroiled in domestic issues may not be accurate. On the contrary, it may just hasten the process of resurrecting institutional linkages with partner countries, precisely to affirm the opposite of what radical Donald Trump supporters sought to do on January 6 — strengthen the US’ democratic credentials.

The US is undoubtedly passing through a turbulent period. But the notion that this will somehow keep the incoming Joe Biden administration only embroiled in domestic issues may not be accurate. On the contrary, it may just hasten the process of resurrecting institutional linkages with partner countries, precisely to affirm the opposite of what radical Donald Trump supporters sought to do on January 6 — strengthen the US’ democratic
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