<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]
'Black lives matter!' proclaim African-American protesters. It's their voices as well, athletes notice, that are expressing themselves more and more in the wake of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
<i>The U.S. enjoys a privilege with respect to international rules for tax transparency. The Swiss Federal Council now wants to take action against that.</i>*
Preaching water and drinking wine is a beloved sport—for people as well as states. The powerful are especially good at this, since they can most easily [Read more]
It is the whole of the American system ... that is marred by suspicion of being under the influence of elitist sponsors, whether they be big business, large fortunes or foreign states.
We see that Clint Eastwood understands Donald Trump, and that if he had to choose between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, he wouldn’t choose Hillary.
Hillary Clinton invested, she can depend on “the woman effect” to battle Donald Trump. But the game stays very open at present between the “too manipulative” Democrat and the “too demagogue” Republican, each of whom has as many friends as enemies.
The Republican candidate has made division his weapon of choice.
Never has Martin Luther King’s dream of a united and just America seemed so far-off.
We in Europe watch with incomprehension as police officers repeatedly exacerbate apparent trivialities, ensuring headlines.