Tag Archives: United States

Trump’s Shock Troops and Mainstream Enablers

Does the corrosion of American democracy mimic the Weimar conditions that launched Hitler to power?

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U.S. Presidential Elections: Still Undecided?

Every voting bloc and interest group in America by now has reason enough to vote down Trump.

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Apple and Donald Trump: Two Sides of a Very Strange Coin

Another tell-tale chapter about vast abuses and the pressing need for an intense debate about the “winners and losers of globalization.”

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EU Defense Cooperation: Threat or Benefit for NATO?

Britain has long opposed an EU defense identity fearing it would undermine NATO. Post Brexit, the remaining 27 members can forge ahead.

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The Holiday From History Is Over

Why it is not only smart, but mandatory for mature powers to stop being overly ambitious in the field of foreign policy.

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Obama’s Syria Policy: The Illusion of US Power in the Middle East

The cost of letting US policy be determined primarily by the ambitions of Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Turkey.

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Trump and the “H” Word: Tragedy, Farce and “Farce Majeure”

Why comparisons of Donald Trump and his minions to those of Adolf Hitler can be both deeply unsettling, and yet all too appropriate

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How the United States and UK Risk Their Global Goodwill

Britain is not alone in paying a price for its strategic isolationism. International disillusionment with the US has also begun.

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Hillary: I’m Not Donald Trump, Dammit!

Trump can win this election. If he does, it will be because of Hillary’s steadfast refusal to take principled stands on any issue.

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TPP: The “National Security” Sales Pitch

Like other trade deals since NAFTA, is the TPP also just a device for capitalists to drive down the wages of American workers?

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