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The US faces a crisis of reputation on the world stage and of democracy at home. The burden now falls on the new president to rebuild his nation.
The new US president has had a prolific first day in office.
New Statesman data analysis shows that the new president also put an unprecedented focus on public health and unity.
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World leaders responded warmly as the new US president declared that democracy had prevailed.
Domestically and internationally, the incoming president faces almost unprecedented challenges.
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Inconsistency and perceived complacency is undermining faith in the government’s previously lauded strategy.
New research suggests the world has become increasingly autocratic since the start of the Covid-19 crisis.