It is said in Washington DC these days that to avoid jumping at shadows, one must learn to take Donald Trump seriously, but not literally.
Trumptime: when every day seems to last a century of cataclysmic moments and then tomorrow is another century where you can’t remember what just happened.
And what about your parents, children, what’s their situation? Do they speak with their neighbors, and do they yet feel at all at home, like they would in their own country?
[T]he cocky attitude regarding those who do not think like us explains why good causes do not persuade those who need them the most.
<i>Everyone liked the speech of the U.S. president: Business leaders were convinced that Trump is pursuing a profitable policy for them, and other forum participants simply enjoyed the show</i>
This year, the expectations from the World Economic Forum in Davos, which are traditionally rather high, have seriously [Read more]
In the wake of the election, it was possible – indeed necessary – to consider the rational Trump voter: disaffected, disenfranchised, frustrated, looking for a change from politics as usual.
[F]or the first time in history, non-Hispanic whites have ceased to be the majority in children under the age of 10.
A year after his winning the White House, unbelievable is the new normal.