This too may have passed. I expect the rest of the world to be more resistant to the US exporting much of anything, policy-wise, for the near future.
I hope that trend continues and your confidence is well founded.
WWI and WWII got so bad, at least partly because of strategic alliances. Even if you're not directly involved, if you have a mutual assistance pact with some other nation, and they get involved in a conflict, you're involved too. The question is what happens when this chain of involvement leads to each side having a nuclear-armed power.
There will always be wars - perhaps. The difference is how hot those wars get, who is involved, etc. That Trump doesn't seem to be into mutual assistance might actually be a positive for avoiding nuclear war. That Trump seems to be in favor of nuclear proliferation (Let them defend themselves.) is a decided negative.
Life goes on, almost certainly.
Human life is a bit less certain.
Civilized human life is far less certain yet.
The US military recognizes that global warming puts stress on people and governments. Human life can prosper with a changed climate, but it can't always continue in-place. People may have to move, because their current habitation may no longer be habitable. If that movement requires crossing national borders, it becomes an international incident.
That's why global warming advances the Doomsday Clock - its side-effects on national sovereignty and politics.
Bloatware, privacy, support, all send you to something other than stock.
T-Mobile stopped supporting my Relay at JB. At least with CM I've got KK, and there are words indicating that CM's successor is going to bring out Nougat for it. (Didn't know that could happen, thought the graphics was too primitive, but I'll take it.)
From what I've read, it's not so much little Johnny and his sniffles as it is the meat and poultry he eats. Our livestock, particularly the factory-farm variety, get antibiotics routinely.
I seem to once remember hearing another example of nanostructures finding their way into cells easily, and it didn't go well for the cell, in the longer run. I certainly hope they're doing extended life testing with this.
The baton has not been passed/grabbed since the beginning of the nuclear age. We live in "Interesting Times," I fear.
You might have mail.