Paschal Donohoe on Michael Wolff’s Landslide: The Final Days of the Trump Presidency

Book review: Author’s access to sources is extraordinary but his account is incomplete

“Getting to Denmark” is about more than a visit to Copenhagen. This phrase was coined by the American political scientist Francis Fukuyama to describe the journey undertaken by a society in the creation of a stable state. This process was explored in his book The Origins of Political Order. 

Fukuyama’s foundations for stability are: the need for the state to obey the law that it creates, the necessity of accountability, and the need for institutions to be effective and modern.

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