Tag Archives: Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney for President in 2016?

A close-up examination of the bizarre and risky way to elect U.S. presidents.

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The Jeb Bush Surprise

Intriguing turns and twists of the emerging 2016 presidential race.

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Why Crimea Is Not the Product of U.S. Weakness

Do Republicans really need a refresher course in big-power politics?

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America’s Political Divide

New evidence of increasingly political polarization in the United States.

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The U.S. Democrats as a Conservative Party

Despite all the talk about the Republican Party in need of splitting into two camps, aren’t the Democrats a more realistic target?

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The Narrative of the Privileged American Male

Why are Republicans having such a hard time coming to grips with the electoral defeat?

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Petraeus and Serdyukov: Cupids or Stupids?

Does the ouster of Russia’s defense minister signal the return of high defense spending?

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Yes, There Will Be a Social Revolution in America

Is it time for an American Spring?

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How the Republicans Empower U.S. Minorities

Why are the Republicans so keen on creating their own worst nightmare?

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Today’s Number: $6 Billion to Elect a President

Would American democracy be better served by shorter and less costly elections?

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