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What will President Trump mean for foreign policy?

What will President Trump mean for foreign policy?

Alexander Fiúza November 28, 2016 0

On 20th January 2017, Donald J. Trump will be sworn in as President of the United States of America. It is expected that his Presidency will mark something of a departure from the policies

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Sturgeon Respects Trump Victory, Ignores IndyRef

Sturgeon Respects Trump Victory, Ignores IndyRef

Thomas Walker November 9, 2016 0

“It is the verdict of the American people and we must respect it.” That was SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon’s comment on Donald Trump’s ‘surprise’ victory in the US presidential election. How fascinating it is to see

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Trump Wins: The backlash to PC culture is here

Trump Wins: The backlash to PC culture is here

Elena Rider November 9, 2016 1

Well, it looks like Donald Trump has clinched it. So, how? How did America’s answer to Sir Philip Green – a dodgy tycoon-come-reality-TV-star who is completely inexperienced in politics and entirely lacking in the

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Truth, temperament, and the Town Hall – lessons for the 2nd Presidential Debate

Truth, temperament, and the Town Hall – lessons for the 2nd Presidential Debate

Daniel Appiah October 7, 2016 0

The most telling moments from the first presidential debate were the 3 minutes after it had ended. A brave faced Donald stood away from the audience in an awkward Trump family tableau, clearly attempting

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The Republican and Labour Parties: brought to the brink of destruction by demagoguery and populism

The Republican and Labour Parties: brought to the brink of destruction by demagoguery and populism

Robert Tyler September 22, 2016 0

A year ago Jeremy Corbyn was elected as leader of the Labour Party, and I said back then how he and his supporters were like the Tea Party. It has since been explained to

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Mr Trump Goes to Washington

Mr Trump Goes to Washington

Alexander Fiúza September 20, 2016 1

The conventional wisdom is that Trump will be crushed in the Presidential elections, and the conventional wisdom is wrong. Here’s why. First and foremost, there’s his opponent. Hillary Clinton is one of the few

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Why We Shouldn’t Ridicule Trump’s North Korean Endorsement

Why We Shouldn’t Ridicule Trump’s North Korean Endorsement

Matthew Cowley August 1, 2016 0

It seems like an unlikely alliance. One of them is a fanatic totalitarian with awful hair; the other is the ruler of North Korea. One of them hates America with a burning passion; the

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Why is Donald Trump Accelerating in the Polls? Clinton & Trump Neck and Neck.

Why is Donald Trump Accelerating in the Polls? Clinton & Trump Neck and Neck.

Joe Peverill June 1, 2016 0

The Democratic Party could hardly believe their good fortune last month when it became apparent that Hillary Clinton was headed to a general election showdown with Donald Trump. In their eyes, the presumptive Republican

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How the numbers are adding up for Trump

How the numbers are adding up for Trump

Joe Peverill May 7, 2016 0

With a critical victory in the Indiana primary on Tuesday the billionaire businessmen Donald Trump, originally ridiculed by the GOP elite as a reality TV candidate, was declared the presumptive presidential nominee of the

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Bernie Sanders and the Millennials

Bernie Sanders and the Millennials

Christopher Akers April 17, 2016 1

Polling has consistently indicated that Bernie Sanders has captivated the youth of America. The senator from Vermont has thus far taken more votes from under 30s than both Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump combined.

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