What’s more, the party is changing the world.
The American Enterprise Institute (AEI) has released a study that shows that the GOP has become the world’s biggest force for social justice.
In the first of two reports, the AEI has found that the Republican party has become an international force for peace and justice, leading to a higher degree of global engagement.
“In 2016, we saw a record number of people join the ranks of the Global Alliance for Peace and Justice, the largest global coalition of citizens and organizations supporting the principles of social justice and environmental sustainability,” says Michael Czin, AEI president and CEO.
“We also saw an unprecedented rise in the number of Americans participating in this coalition, rising from less than 5 percent in 2010 to more than 12 percent in 2016.”
The Global Alliance is composed of more than 100 countries.
The most notable coalition member is the Democratic party of the United States, which has more than 2.7 million members worldwide, including over 20 million Americans.
The Democratic Party has long been seen as the party of progressivism, which means it has long opposed the kind of social and economic policies that have helped to drive the economic crisis in the United Kingdom and the eurozone.
But since taking office in January 2017, President Donald Trump has made an effort to shift the GOP toward more social conservatism.
According to a 2016 New York Times article, the Republican National Committee (RNC) adopted a platform that advocated a return to the old ways of governing.
The new party platform also called for “the elimination of the Department of Education, elimination of government subsidies, and elimination of all federal regulations.”
In a statement, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus said that the party would seek to “make the federal government smaller, fairer and more accountable to all Americans.”
The report’s findings are not without merit.
In addition to the rise of the global coalition, the report also found that Trump is doing his best to align the GOP with the global movement.
While the United Nations’ United Nations Human Rights Council is composed primarily of human rights defenders and advocates of civil rights, the United Nation’s Universal Periodic Review (UPRO) is composed largely of business executives.
And a Trump administration’s “America First” foreign policy aims to seek economic advantage and national security in the world at large.
This means that the world is beginning to wake up to the Republican foreign policy, and that it is beginning a push to reverse this trend.
On January 5, the US Senate passed a bill to repeal the UN’s UN Human Rights Committee and replace it with a new UN panel.
The Senate also passed a resolution to eliminate the United Arab Emirates as a permanent member of the UN Human Security Council, and to create a new body, the International Institute for Democracy, to monitor and evaluate governments worldwide.
Despite the rising international presence of the Republican caucus, there are some who question the GOP’s progress in terms of social progress.
The conservative Christian media site the Daily Caller has published articles that argue that the rise in international engagement is a sign of the GOP losing its identity.
For example, in a piece titled “Is the GOP Really Getting Out of the Middle East?” the Daily Beast wrote that the “Republican Party is a party of exclusion and a party that has become a party, in part, of globalism.”
Another Daily Caller article titled “The GOP is the biggest anti-LGBT party in America” argues that “the GOP is now the party that is not just against gay marriage, but also the gay rights movement, women’s rights, and women’s healthcare.”
The article cites several other examples of the rise to the GOP.
Furthermore, the Heritage Foundation’s Charles Payne said that “while [the GOP] is not necessarily anti-gay, it is anti-marriage.”
“It’s not the most important thing, it’s the most significant thing,” Payne added.
“The only way that this party can be sustained is to win over the voters in a way that they will be happy to accept the kind and quality of the policies that the Republicans have embraced.”