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The question that haunts President Joe Biden: can the US deliver on climate?

By Alice Hill / 19 April, 2021

President Biden has placed climate change at the centre of US domestic and foreign policy. Yet the wide partisan divide on the issue in the United States threatens to hinder the efforts of his administration to increase global climate ambitions. The Earth Day Summit will provide an important opportunity for […]

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The dangers for democracy from America’s populist drift

By Vivien A. Schmidt / 9 November, 2020

Donald Trump has undermined the very essence of the US Presidency. However, he and the current Republican party are not alone responsible for the decline of American democracy. The US is certainly a divided country today, but those divides have been building for a very long time, with a Republican […]

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Time for Democrats to join forces across the Atlantic

By Knut Dethlefsen / 9 November, 2020

The victory of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris over Donald Trump and Mike Pence is a historical event, evidenced by shows of elation as people dance and celebrate in front of the White House. Screams of joy and cheering can be heard in American neighbourhoods. This country can breathe again, […]

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Inclusive nationalism wins in America

By John Halpin / 9 November, 2020

Joe Biden and American voters decisively defeat Donald Trump by focusing on character and a vision of post-Covid national renewal grounded on pragmatic policies for jobs, growth, and economic security for all people.  With the results now called in several key battleground states, the Democratic ticket of Joe Biden and […]

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The cultural politics defining the 2020 election

By Michael Kennedy / 9 November, 2020

I began writing this on 5 November when the election had still not been called, but even then we learned something as important as who would win. America is not only more divided than progressives imagined. What is worse is that we are polarised in ways that Trump conjures. On […]

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