Hillary Clinton invested, she can depend on “the woman effect” to battle Donald Trump. But the game stays very open at present between the “too manipulative” Democrat and the “too demagogue” Republican, each of whom has as many friends as enemies.
The Republican candidate has made division his weapon of choice.
Never has Martin Luther King’s dream of a united and just America seemed so far-off.
We in Europe watch with incomprehension as police officers repeatedly exacerbate apparent trivialities, ensuring headlines.
In this day and age, how could this person, who is no better than a gang leader, set his sights on the presidency of the United States?
<i>Economic and military development are inseparable. Although the state of world affairs looks less than encouraging, Anders Fogh Rasmussen presents a prescription for recovery — one originating from the Cold War.</i>
The world is in flames and that is why many citizens are pessimistic about the future, says [Read more]
To sum him up in one sentence, the Champ is a distillation of American ideals of both yesterday and today.
Indeed, today no less than yesteryear, citizens who feel isolated and vulnerable see an outlet for their fears in the form of a simple solution resolving all their problems.
Paul Manafort, the Republican candidate’s main advisor, heads one of the most powerful political management companies in the country and probably the most cynical, as columnist Alain Campiotti reminds us.
For the first time, Donald Trump was using a teleprompter. He was talking about the world. With such a vast [Read more]
In comparison to Europe, the American welfare state is not generous enough.