If ... Hillary Clinton or Jeb Bush wins the 2016 presidential election, their families will have occupied the White House for 24 years in a 30-year period — a nepotism that is starting to cause some cringing.
It is surprising that in the country that made social mobility and the self-made person its hallmarks and rebelled against King George III, denouncing the European dynastic order before the French Revolution, the Clinton and Bush dynasties continue to thrive. However, this is a deceptive contradiction because in [Read more]
As the political and security trends of the 21st century change, they will follow two primary developments. The first is the course of action America will take in battling terrorism, and the second is the geopolitical and geoeconomic competition between major powers. However, with the great financial crisis, it seems [Read more]
The former first lady must now try to forge an appropriate distance between herself and Obama’s government, in which she was a cabinet member during the president’s first term.
<i>If Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton run for the U.S. presidency it would make noteworthy political theater, but both names conjure up bad memories.</i>
The presidential primaries in the U.S. begin exactly one year from now. In a little less than two years, on Nov. 1, 2016, Americans will cast their ballots to choose [Read more]
There's been a recent international event which, owing to its far-reaching effects and direct importance to us, deserves special coverage and analysis: The declaration on the part of the U.S. and Cuba to restore full diplomatic relations (which have been broken since the ‘60s), and to agree to initiate talks of the [Read more]
The United States is becoming a country of political dynasties. With the appearance in the presidential campaign of the first “candidate to be a candidate” — ex-governor of Florida Republican Jeb Bush – experts are predicting a duel against former first lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the event [Read more]
Clinton is infinitely malleable and has no firm convictions of her own.
The idea of American policy focusing on Asia was, of course, a conclusion drawn from the new analysis of America’s global presence, which recommended that it should consolidate its part in the Pacific region.