Tag Archives: American Presidency

Just The Facts: A Presidential Road Trip

What is involved in preparing a U.S. President’s trip abroad?

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The Old King is Dead. Long Live the King!

It’s time to realize that focusing on the horse race aspect of American presidential politics is precluding actual governance.

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The Case for President Warren

How about a woman in the Oval Office who isn’t Hillary Clinton?

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The Increasing Irrelevance of the U.S. Presidency

The weakened office of the President raises very serious questions about the ability of the United States to adapt to modern times.

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Europe: The Continent That Follows Rahm Emanuel’s Maxim

Did former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel really utter his most famous words — "Never let a serious crisis go to waste" — in vain?

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When China Challenged America to Catch Mice

Has the United States ceded the art of pragmatism to the Chinese?

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The Leadership/Followership Paradox

For all the American focus on leadership, could it be that what’s missing is followership?

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FDR — Obama’s Illustrious Predecessor?

Is Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama an FDR for the 21st century?

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The Post-American Presidency (Part II)

In what ways may the Carter era foreshadow the first term of an Obama presidency?

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The Post-American Presidency (Part I)

Was the Carter Administration was the first to imagine a world in which the United States is not preeminent?

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