Just as Americans once had "Gorbymania" for Gorbachev, we need "Trumpomania."
Although Trump is a right-wing populist, it is not fascism that has carried him to the White House, but the skillful manipulation of a profound conservatism.
<i>The American press is having a field day; a few days ago, Donald Trump racked up even more mistakes and snubs. The populist candidate is increasingly antagonizing his own camp, to such an extent that the big names in his party are hoping to remove him. The latest polls put him 10 points behind his rival, Hillary [Read more]
Hillary Clinton would be unwise to count on her recent success in voter polls.
Trump's personality is controversial and worrisome to many Americans today, just as it is to many of America's allies around the world.
Trump's reaction is another break with American political convention.
Nobody knows how it will turn out, and we are all just stuck in the middle.
The ceasefire should be in place this Saturday, if Russia is prepared to allow it. Because without any intervention on the ground, the United States carries less and less influence.
The region’s problems, including Syria, are to be solved by regional actors. But under American leadership? Obama will not succeed.
In a tragic reality such as this, a sound mind stands out in the unsound American body: John McCain.