“The country is split by what seem to be two mutually antagonistic and irreconcilable value systems, one urban, secular, liberal and postmodern, the other rural, religious, conservative and premodern…It is sad to see this happening in America, a country known in the past for the pragmatic, anti-ideological nature of its politics.”
–Hillel Halkin, Jerusalem Post

One week after the presidential election, the world reflects on the election and its meaning in the global community. This article collects points-of-view from scholars and journalists from around the world. A fascinating look at how the rest of the world perceives us. Check it out.

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