THE DISUNITED STATES’ DECOUPLING FROM ITS FORLORN FOREIGN AFFAIRS’ ENTANGLEMENTS

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ANTHONY ST. JOHN

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The short-term ‘reign’ of the United States as leader of the world, policeman of the world, is being seriously challenged not only by pundits all over the world but by even political scientists and analysts in the United States itself. In fact, many are seriously opining that the United States is in decline—that it has lost its sense of direction, has taken itself too seriously, and has led the world for its own profit and well-being while disregarding the realities of other nations and peoples. The article attempts to trace the reasons for this sudden reversal of popularity of the DisUnited States of America.

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ST. JOHN, A. (2021). THE DISUNITED STATES’ DECOUPLING FROM ITS FORLORN FOREIGN AFFAIRS’ ENTANGLEMENTS. Society Register, 5(4), 87-94. https://doi.org/10.14746/sr.2021.5.4.06
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Author Biography

ANTHONY ST. JOHN, Independent researcher

Anthony St. John was born in Brooklyn, New York on 7 October 1944. He was educated at St. Bonaventure University, The University of Miami, and the University of Florida. He specialized in Philosophy, American Literature, and English Literature. He was a journalist for The Hollywood Herald, Miami Herald, and The Gainesville Sun. He was the copy editor of The Daily Journal, Venezuela’s English-written newspaper. He is an author, poet, and essayist. He served in the Vietnam “War” as an Artillery first lieutenant. His The Hippie Lieutenant is a first person account of his experiences in Vietnam. Mr. St. John has lived in Italy since 1983.

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