The dilemma is what retaliatory measures the U.S. should take to avoid escalating this action into a major conflict
There is no doubt that Hillary came out of this debate victorious, just as she did in the last two.
<i>She won’t have to pass herself off as 'nice' any longer — but she will have to have a good crisis manager.</i>
In the past, they’d been young, good looking, ambitious and formidably successful; the latter of the two aforementioned characteristics are now carrying Hillary Clinton — who turned 69 years old [Read more]
<i>If she becomes president, the Democratic candidate will arrive in office during a climate of tension that has never been so pronounced. One of the priorities will be China, our commentator, François Nordmann, expects.</i>
Before the end of the year, the new president of the United States must choose the main [Read more]
<i>Mutual accusations and harsh tones. The third debate favors the Republican candidate, but it remains to be seen if this will be enough to reverse the trend that sees him falling in the polls.</i>
"This election is rigged…I don't know if I will accept the result…It depends. I’ll let you know when the time is [Read more]
The most important thing to come up, which remains a worrying conclusion of Wednesday night’s interchange, is the sword of Damocles unsheathed by the Republican candidate: For the first time, the suitability of the electoral system has been put into doubt when Trump insinuated the possibility of fraud even before the election and therefore promised to not accept the result until he knows what happened.
It is not possible to describe the trajectory of China’s rise in recent years as anything but meteoric.
Trump is not only misogynistic and racist, a protectionist convinced that everything can be resolved by force, he is also the incarnation of how a political failure can turn into a business.
An Algerian virus? For the first time in the history of the United States, a candidate for the White House, Donald Trump, is accusing his country of organizing rigged elections. Trump is crying to anyone who will listen that, if he loses to Hillary Clinton, it will be because of voter fraud. His own party is asking him [Read more]
The American election still has a month to go, and it is now peak season for an “October surprise,” and Clinton and Trump are spending all their energies slinging mud at each other. In the past week, team Hillary, with the support of her media, has fiercely revealed details of Trump’s large business losses, [Read more]