Activists dressed as United States Postal Service mailboxes, the White House and Philadelphia City Hall gather on a street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on November 5. Photo: Reuters Activists dressed as United States Postal Service mailboxes, the White House and Philadelphia City Hall gather on a street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on November 5. Photo: Reuters
Activists dressed as United States Postal Service mailboxes, the White House and Philadelphia City Hall gather on a street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on November 5. Photo: Reuters
Andrew Sheng
Opinion

Opinion

Andrew Sheng

Fractious US election heralds more chaos in a deeply polarised world

  • The close-call election signals a slim mandate for the new president, leaving a weaker America to face mounting global challenges
  • The struggle between polarised and fractured factions within nations and between nations is only just beginning

Activists dressed as United States Postal Service mailboxes, the White House and Philadelphia City Hall gather on a street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on November 5. Photo: Reuters Activists dressed as United States Postal Service mailboxes, the White House and Philadelphia City Hall gather on a street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on November 5. Photo: Reuters
Activists dressed as United States Postal Service mailboxes, the White House and Philadelphia City Hall gather on a street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on November 5. Photo: Reuters
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