His Taiwan call and other moves signal a shift from multilateral alliances to bilateral dealmaking. And it could destabilize the world.
Most of Trump's fiercest foes in the Republican Party have backed down, giving Trump full rein to remake the party in his image.
A delicious way to get the two things the president-elect has always wanted most: revenge and elite approval.
A battle over infrastructure could be the start of a big, bloody, intraparty war.
His conflicts of interest can help build the populist argument against him that Clinton's campaign failed to mount.
He might disappoint his base on foreign and economic policy, but his transition suggests he's sticking to his guns on immigration.
The renewed interest in James Burnham shows just how badly Donald Trump has destroyed conservative orthodoxy.