How did the country that considers itself the shining example of democracy to the world come to such ideological desolation?
The influence of the president on the American economy is always overestimated.
During the second presidential debate, the decline in the quality of U.S. politics became apparent when Democratic candidate Clinton and Republican candidate Trump both engaged in multiple personal attacks against each other.
Most of the focus was on how Trump would justify his misogynistic remarks. Eleven years [Read more]
Three weeks before Election Day, the Republicans have started down the road to hell ... That said, the GOP is far from being dead.
Their biggest concern is who — Trump or Clinton — will be worse for China?
Both [candidates] are facing off in a campaign that seems more geared toward discrediting opponents than maintaining political decorum.
You must read the interview of Barack Obama by the head of the MIT Media Lab, Joi Ito, published by the prestigious American technology magazine Wired. From our side of the Atlantic, this long discussion has a lot of surprises: the head of state masters debates that we believed were reserved to a small sphere of [Read more]