<i>After his Iowa victory, Ted Cruz can keep his focus on religious voters. But what will he do with the secular voters and the members of his own party?</i>
Up until Tuesday, the Republican primaries concentrated mainly on the question of how best to defeat Donald Trump. If the self-styled “winner” (he is [Read more]
In the American primaries that began in Iowa on Monday, the battle between Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders is set to get interesting. Contrary to what each one states, the differences between their policies are certainly important but not irreconcilable. Sanders embodies idealism and a break with [Read more]
You would never know that Monday saw the first-ever win for a woman in Iowa or that for the first time in American history a Hispanic won a presidential nomination contest.
A compelling personal narrative and oratorical prowess are not guarantors of a successful presidency.
It says a lot about the Republican camp that one finds oneself looking for something positive in Trump.
Anyone who would suggest carpet bombing as an effective tactic against jihadis in the so-called Islamic State group can't be taken seriously.