<i>Clinton has decided the TV duel but not the election for herself. She would be the better partner for Germany and the other EU countries. U.S. politics will change in any case.</i>
Advantage Hillary Clinton. That’s the unanimous verdict after the televised debate. Even supporters of Donald Trump conceded that, [Read more]
Bordered by the waters of the Illinois River, the city of Peoria, headquarters for Caterpillar, has for decades been America’s barometer. “Will it play in Peoria?” asked political communications advisors before launching their new “products” on the American market.
Today, the region of Peoria is no longer [Read more]
America is the real empire. It uses the latest networking technologies only to carry out a colonial policy.
The New York bombing should not become an electoral weapon in the face of presidential elections.
The bomb that exploded in New York over the weekend, as well as the other explosive devices found both in the city and in New Jersey, are a fatal indicator of how democratic societies are exposed to terrorism and how [Read more]
The first televised presidential debate of the 2016 U.S. general election between the candidates of the two major parties was held on the evening of Sept. 26, and was the first face-to-face match-up between candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. After more than an hour of verbal battle, who emerged victorious? [Read more]
Since the debate ... the Democrats have had the wind in their sails. If the election were held tomorrow, we could easily assume that there would be a landslide victory [for Clinton].
Currently, the U.S. ambassador’s proposal is for Kiev to postpone the question of Crimea for decades, which actually means to postpone it forever.
The broadcast on Friday of a recording in which Donald Trump makes degrading statements about women seems to have been a turning point in the campaign, and the pressure to make other compromising videos of the Republican candidate public continued to increase on Tuesday.
Rumors are circulating about other unpleasant [Read more]
Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Africa Carlos Lopes supported Angola’s position yesterday with respect to the need to enlarge the number of permanent and non-permanent members of the United Nations Security Council.
Enlargement is aimed at making the political body more representative and better [Read more]