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Trump’s return: A true political revolution in the American regime?
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Trump’s return: A true political revolution in the American regime?
July 12, 2024

If Trump is elected, it’s best to think about another coup d’état, Eduardo Vasco writes.

Forget the old jokes, foreign policy was the real debate horror
July 6, 2024

Two major wars and not a serious or even coherent conversation to be had — we may be in trouble

Forget the old jokes, foreign policy was the real debate horror
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Republican control in the states could give Trump victory
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Republican control in the states could give Trump victory
July 5, 2024

The Democrats and the big American bourgeoisie have no one with the same popularity as Donald Trump, Eduardo Vasco writes.

Um show de horrores ou uma comédia stand-up: nível político americano nunca esteve tão baixo
June 28, 2024

As qualidades morais e habilidades retóricas dos líderes americanos estão diminuindo conforme o poder político decadente dos EUA.

Um show de horrores ou uma comédia stand-up: nível político americano nunca esteve tão baixo
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A freak show or a stand-up comedy: American political level has never been so low
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A freak show or a stand-up comedy: American political level has never been so low
June 28, 2024

The moral qualities and rhetorical skills of American leaders are diminishing as U.S.’ political power declines.

How Americans’ perceive the U.S. greatest enemy, by party
April 12, 2024

A recent Gallup poll revealed Americans’ attitude to the world. While Republicans believe China is the United States’ greatest enemy, Democrats point to Russia. Interestingly, for independent voters, America’s third greatest enemy is America itself.

How Americans’ perceive the U.S. greatest enemy, by party
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McConnell cannot stop the non-interventionist tide
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McConnell cannot stop the non-interventionist tide
April 9, 2024

Even Republican stalwarts like current Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell are starting to notice that something is shifting in the party. While McConnell announced recently that he would step down as Republican leader in the US Senate, in an interview last week he was adamant that he would continue to serve out his term in the Senate with one purpose in mind: “fighting back against the isolationist movement in my own party.”

Where Does Israel-Gaza Go From Here?
March 26, 2024

I had an interesting discussion last week with a Washington-based political pundit who expressed some what I thought to be eccentric views on possible developments in the presidential campaign over the next six months.

Where Does Israel-Gaza Go From Here?
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