US President Donald Trump listens during a meeting of the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board in the White House on June 26. His administration has accelerated the erosion of international order and rule of law by disregarding or withdrawing from a number of institutions. Photo: Reuters US President Donald Trump listens during a meeting of the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board in the White House on June 26. His administration has accelerated the erosion of international order and rule of law by disregarding or withdrawing from a number of institutions. Photo: Reuters
US President Donald Trump listens during a meeting of the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board in the White House on June 26. His administration has accelerated the erosion of international order and rule of law by disregarding or withdrawing from a number of institutions. Photo: Reuters
Xu Xiaobing
Opinion

Opinion

Xu Xiaobing

How the US, under Trump, has led the charge to weaken international rule of law

  • In the past, the US made great contributions to the world. Today, Trump seeks to ‘make America great again’ by destroying law and order at the international community’s expense. Sadly, American interests are likely to continue to win out

US President Donald Trump listens during a meeting of the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board in the White House on June 26. His administration has accelerated the erosion of international order and rule of law by disregarding or withdrawing from a number of institutions. Photo: Reuters US President Donald Trump listens during a meeting of the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board in the White House on June 26. His administration has accelerated the erosion of international order and rule of law by disregarding or withdrawing from a number of institutions. Photo: Reuters
US President Donald Trump listens during a meeting of the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board in the White House on June 26. His administration has accelerated the erosion of international order and rule of law by disregarding or withdrawing from a number of institutions. Photo: Reuters
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