Unless, with the whole world watching, both candidates announce policies clearly and concretely during this election battle, the international influence of the U.S. will merely fade into the shadows.
We eagerly await Nov. 8, so we can be done with this circus.
Year after year, the fallout in the United States garners world attention. The U.S. presidential election is no longer an internal affair; it is substantiating the world’s opinion that the U.S. has become a prevailing source of evil throughout the world. Ultimately, its effects will expand and affect all five [Read more]
The Russian government, by the look of things, is trying to be in the vanguard of the fight against a worldwide Big Brother.
The U.S., under both Democratic and Republican administrations, has never been this foolish, and, unlike Canada, has always approached the issues of man-made climate change and energy security pragmatically and in its own economic interests.
Americans fight viciously over politics, but not since the 1968 election has there been such a widespread sense of trauma accompanying a race. That year was scarred by assassinations, riots, and war. This one has been scarred by Donald Trump.
[Trump has] become a threat ... [to Americans'] confidence in their electoral system — one of the most complex and respected ones in the world.