America has been relying on imprudent economic, domestic, and foreign policy for decades. We’re facing the harsh consequences of those mistakes now. Most of the issues facing the country could have been prevented or mitigated. Instead, politicians have ignored and exasperated the problems by kicking them down the road for future leaders. Many of our leaders are more concerned about their political future than that of the country.
The coronavirus epidemic (COVID-19) in the world has been spreading exponentially and endangers the population as a whole, I am talking about a worldwide fight against an invisible entity. This virus has currently manifested some disadvantages of broad international integration and world trade. In this essay I would like to focus on the geopolitical aspect of the situation that the question asks, will COVID-19 be guilty of the end of globalization and the new world order?
Originally promising production of 40,000 ventilators immediately, once the CARES Act was passed, GM decreased their offer of production to 6,000 ventilators in 6 weeks, also at increased prices. This is what caused the Trump administration to invoke the Defense Production Act (Hansen, 2020).
COVID-19 has pervaded the economy, legislature, media and daily lives of individuals in a myriad of ways. It has shut down entire cities. States have gone into emergency mode. Coronavirus has stopped so many elements of society but what it hasn’t managed to do is put an end to gun violence in Wilmington, Delaware.
He was running the vacuum cleaner when the phone rang. A large grumpy looking man made his way across the derelict office. Endless piles of paper work lay on or below nearly every surface all but framing the room. A rug ran down the centre of it from door to window, and despite a few recent stains remained all but pristine. This had been thanks Sheila (well the clean parts anyway) the man's assistant; who he hadn't seen for at least a week.