By Geopolitics Made Super
A highly individualistic culture like the United States lends itself quite readily to bursts of emotion; citizens feel compelled, rightly or wrongly, to show that they feel as much as anyone else, if not more.
In the wake of the massacre in Orlando, this pattern reasserts itself once again in America.
But succumbing to anger, or depression, or any extreme emotion while trying to decide on policy is always a mistake. Here’s how to stay rational – and support good geopolitical decisions – in the wake of murder.
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