Friday, May 12, 2017

The Glot Thickens

The glot (tongue) of foreign policy can be imperialistic (The Hazards of Military Worship), "spoken" by invasions and subjugations.

For example, the poll ratings of presidents go up in warrior scenarios (e.g. Syria airport bombing).


Or, foreign policy can be spoken in an artistic form:

U.S. Ambassador reads Bob Dylan's letter to the Nobel Committee:

1 comment:

  1. Vanity Fair on glot of Trump: "Those lawyers , incidentally, work for a firm that was named 'Russian Law Firm of the Year' in 2016." - link