It is now up to Hillary Clinton to rekindle the light that once shone so brightly on President Obama.
As an old political proverb from the U.S. dictates, "you campaign in poetry, you govern in prose." Barack Obama, who once inspired millions of Americans with his highly ambitious rhetoric, but who then became entangled in the complicated web of political life, is the perfect embodiment of this. Be it in poetry or [Read more]
In the next nine days, if everything goes as it seems it will, the Obama administration and the Democratic Party are going to get an electoral beating that will allow the Republicans to capture the Senate, widen their majority in the House of Representatives and prepare the ground for an attack on the White House in [Read more]
The guests were gathered, the candidates were brimming with nervous tension and the sponsors had high hopes, especially since each had placed between $250 and $4,000 on the table to be part of this fundraising dinner. Then, the news spread that the hero of the hour had canceled. Yet as soon as this person's replacement [Read more]
Without a doubt, [Obama] found himself in power at the wrong moment, too early for his personal development, too late for the evolution of the world.
The challenge for the Obama administration’s rebalancing strategy is that diplomatic and economic interactions lag behind military ties in terms of U.S. involvement with the Asia-Pacific region.
While the arrival of a black president in the White House was hailed as finally overcoming the greatest stain on the world’s greatest democracy, it turns out that much prejudice endures.
The Clinton machine is formidable, yet O’Malley has also shown he can bring in the cash.
The enemy of my enemy is my friend.