However this election ends, in 2018 and 2020, the resentful Trump-Sanders electorate will not have disappeared, and the American dream will not have been magically restored.
New Hampshire is more than a warning: It is a wake-up call.
The West is currently suffering from a rebellious fever, from a desire to rebel against the established policies, which could unsettle our political systems.
It is uplifting to see that Americans believe in democracy, as demonstrated at the Iowa caucus, which was by no means won by Donald Trump.
Republicans were delighted to eventually have this long and difficult campaign behind them.
Hillary Clinton’s joy was a little subdued due to Sen. Sanders winning only [Read more]
<i>The president dismantles Republican catastrophism about the future of the United States.</i>
Barack Obama got it right on Tuesday, when he made his last State of the Union speech — the most solemn [speech] that the American president addresses to Congress every year — a reasoning in favor of hope and facing [Read more]
Yesterday at dawn, Barack Obama hit the nail on the head by turning his last State of the Union speech — the most solemn speech that U.S. presidents give annually before Congress — into a plea in favor of hope and facing the future without fear.
The insistent and alarming message the electorate is being [Read more]
The United States dictated — and essentially guaranteed — the liberal constitution of post-war Europe. Now old emotions are reviving, in the legal form of right- and left-wing movements.
It is probable that Trump is not a neo-Nazi, not by a long shot. But his rhetoric implicitly appeals to racial hatred and white supremacy.