Election day celebrations on streets of DC attract accusations of hypocrisy and draw attention to Trump’s reticence to admit defeat
"Archit is a foreign affairs writer for The Orator who is a first year International Business and Plan II major at the University of Texas at Austin. A Houston native, his interests include preparing three different kinds of salad dressings (typically viniagrettes), drawing with black ink, and Latin Dance. He is currently studying Russian in the hopes of one day becoming a diplomat."
The revolution in hypersonics technology will result in the proliferation of a new breed of WMDs if Russia and the US don’t take steps now to control their exchange.
The overreaction to China’s rise among politicians in Washington risks undoing a productive relationship.
Oil prices in January did not reflect the elevated level of geopolitical risk that existed following Soleimani’s death.