The election on Nov. 8 illustrates a violent clash between the proponents of a diverse, globalized America embodied by the Democratic president, Obama, and another America that is worried, weakened in its identity and even racist, whose passions are kindled by the Republican candidate, Trump.
Did Obama create [Read more]
<i> We hope that the withdrawal of support for Trump by his own party has not arrived too late. </i>
Although at this stage it might seem impossible, Donald Trump’s statements continue to surpass their own limits in vulgarity, reaching levels never seen before in American politics and rarely seen at some bars. A [Read more]
With respect to the visit that Donald Trump made to Mexico on Wednesday, Aug. 31, of last week, almost no one has paid attention to one odd piece of information: The night before, he was in the city of Everett in the state of Washington. There, at a rally, according to Seema Mehta, “There were no calls to build a [Read more]
Perhaps at the end of 2016, someone will remember that 15 years have passed since the start of the "War on Terror" with no victory.
There is no greater loser in this incident than the domestic counterterrorist system which the government has presented with pride.
With the results of the latest U.S. primaries, it’s becoming increasingly apparent that Trump and Clinton will battle it out in the election campaign next November.
Tomorrow, the Wisconsin primaries will determine Donald Trump’s resiliency, which has been hurt by new slip-ups over the past few days. It’s a test for the Republican establishment and anti-Trump voters, who see this electoral landscape as an important opportunity to block the path for the billionaire outsider in [Read more]
<i>Barack Obama has already put forth a hesitant attempt to reduce America’s international commitments. The tone of hostility focused on globalization in the election leads one to assume that this trend will grow stronger.</i>
The wall Donald Trump wants to have built on the border between the U.S. and Mexico is [Read more]
Besides the personalities, the primary elections are the setting for a showdown between the deeply engrained political traditions of American history.