The American election and Trump's admittedly unexpected victory are not going to change the relationship between the U.S. and countries like Algeria, a relationship that is based first and foremost on the Algerian expertise in the fight against terrorism. As proof of this, the previous Washington administrations have [Read more]
The Democratic Party’s policy to protect marginalize groups may no longer be beneficial.
<i>Memo to what will be remembered as modern U.S. democracy: The world’s number one leader will face a deeply rebuilt political system.</i>
Historians know that there are different cyclical and seemingly disparate events. One can follow the history of nations by periods in time: birth, maturation, prime of life, [Read more]
<i>The Supreme Court is blocking one of the main projects that the president hoped would be his political legacy.</i>
On Thursday, June 23, in the final stretch of his second term, President Barack Obama’s program of reforms suffered a serious setback. The Supreme Court of the United States has effectively blocked [Read more]
They’re not yahoos themselves, and don’t want a yahoo for president. They certainly wouldn’t want to be blamed for putting a yahoo like Trump in the White House.
Now Democrats and Republicans at both ends of the political spectrum are denouncing free trade.
Women could be Donald Trump’s nemesis in his presidential aspirations. Despite being married to the former model of Slovenian origin, Melania, and after having been the husband of another blonde former model of Czech origin, Donald Trump has been characterized from day one by his misogynistic sayings and actions.
Among the Republicans, the choice for Arabs is between "bad" and "worse." Trump is an idiot who doesn't know a thing about foreign policy ... As for Cruz, he's prepared to sell his soul in order to win the nomination.
Besides the personalities, the primary elections are the setting for a showdown between the deeply engrained political traditions of American history.