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Eleições Presidenciais no EUA
2 | Novembro| 2016


Após umas primárias renhidas, as convenções do Partido Republicano e do Partido Democrático confirmam as candidaturas de Donald Trump e Hillary Clinton, respetivamente. As sondagens indicam uma tendência de empate entre os candidatos, com a sociedade norte-americana e o debate político a revelarem uma crescente polarização.


Sondagens

UPI/CVoter poll: Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 4.69 points [17/10/2016]
Allen Cone, UPI

UPI/CVoter: Hillary Clinton regains slight lead in first post-debate poll [28/09/2016]
Eric DuVall, UPI

Where the presidential race stands today
[20/09/2016]
Armand Emamdjomeh and David Lauter, L.A. Times

General Election: Trump vs. Clinton
[31/08/2016]
Real Clear Politics

UPI/CVoter poll: Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump hold steady in virtual tie [23/08/2016]
Eric DuVall, UPI


Americans Most Confident in Sanders, Kasich on Economy [18/04/2016]
Justin McCarthy, Gallup

Les résultats des primaires et caucus, État par État [02/03/2016]
Le Figaro

The 2016 Presidential Campaign – a News Event That’s Hard to Miss [04/02/2016]
Jeffrey Gottfried, Michael Barthel, Elisa Shearer and Amy Mitchell, PEW

Cruz, Sanders and Americans Agree: Government Not Working [04/02/2016]
Frank Newport, Gallup

Red States Outnumber Blue for First Time in Gallup Tracking [03/02/2016]
Jeffrey M. Jones, Gallup

As Voting Begins, Sanders More Popular Than Clinton With Dems [01/02/2016]
Andrew Dugan, Gallup

Three in 10 Americans Follow Election Very Closely [25/01/2016]
Gallup

Voters Skeptical That 2016 Candidates Would Make Good Presidents [20/01/2016]
Pew Research Center



Recursos

Election 2016: Presidential Primaries
The Huffington Post

Compare the Candidates: Immigration
Council on Foreign Relations

Compare the Presidential Candidates on Foreign Policy

Council on Foreign Relations

Election Oracle

American Enterprise Institute

Track and Compare Where the Candidates Stand
Council on Foreign Relations

2016 Primary Schedule | 2016 Election Central


The U.S. Presidential Nominating Process
Gopal Ratnam and Jonathan Masters, Council on Foreign Relations


Opiniões e Análises

Clinton’s Foreign Policy: The Known Unknowns [01/11/2016]
Robert Hunter, LobeLog

Why the US election has been terrifying to this German
[31/10/2016]
Constanze Stelzenmüller, Brookings

Clinton and Nukes: More Dangerous Than Trump? [31/10/2016]
Christopher Layne, National Interest

Did Trump and Clinton Get a Pass on Education? [28/10/2016]
Rebecca Mead, New Yorker

Trump swings through all-important Florida as early voting gets underway [25/10/2016]

Eric DuVall, UPI


The Republican Party is coming apart. Here’s what it can learn from the 1956 Democrats.
[25/10/2016]

Boris Heersink, Washington Post


This Moment, This America [24/10/2016]

David Rothkopf, Foreign Policy


On the Election—I [24/10/2016]

Russell Baker, G.W. Bowersock, and David Bromwich, New York Review of Books


It’s Trump’s Party [24/10/2016]

Paul Krugman, New York Times


Trump is not a GOP aberration [24/10/2016]

E.J. Dionne Jr., Washington Post


The GOP is breaking. It’s not Trump’s fault. [24/10/2016]

Zachary Karabell, Washington Post


Clinton’s Specter of Illegitimacy [23/10/2016]

Charles M. Blow, New York Times


Why Is Assange Helping Trump? [23/10/2016]

Jonathan Freedland, New York Review of Books


Inequality Defines the American Election [21/10/2016]

Marianne Schneider-Petsinger, Chatham House


Trump’s election-rigging claim will backfire. Here’s the evidence. [21/10/2016]

Pippa Norris, Washington Post


The Art of the Rout: What a Trump Loss Does to the G.O.P. [21/10/2016]

Evan Osnos, New Yorker


Congressional candidates from the two parties don’t talk about the same issues [21/10/2016]

Alexander Podkul and Elaine Kamarck, Brookings


The Democrats are likely to win a majority of House votes, but not a majority of House seats. Again. [20/10/2016]

Eric McGhee, Washington Post


The Election That Killed Foreign Policy [20/10/2016]

Paul Pillar, National Interest


Trump and the Makings of a Constitutional Crisis [20/10/2016]

Micah Zenko, Council on Foreign Relations


US Election Note: Energy and Climate Policy After 2016 [20/10/2016]

Sarah Ladislaw, Chatham House


If Clinton wins big, then what? [20/10/2016]

Frederick M. Hess, The Hill


Election 2016 and America's Future [10/2016]

AA.VV., Brookings

Donald Trump Can’t Undermine American Democracy Because It Barely Even Exists  [20/10/2016]

Rosa Brooks, Foreign Policy


Donald Trump, the Anti-Democratic Candidate [20/10/2016]

Benjamin Wallace-Wells, New Yorker


It could happen here[19/10/2016]

Larry Diamond, The Atlantic


Donald Trump’s ‘rigged election’ talk is changing minds. Democrats’ minds, that is.[19/10/2016]

Charles Stewart III, Washington Post


Why John Kasich could have a better chance of becoming president than Evan McMullin[19/10/2016]

Joshua Tucker, Washington Post


Redistricting and Representation in the 2016 Elections and Beyond [19/10/2016]

Liz Kennedy and Danielle Root, Center for American Progress


The Trump Trade Doctrine: A Path to Growth and Balance [18/10/2016]

Wilbur Ross & Peter Navarro, RCPolicy


Why Is the U.S. Green Party So Irrelevant? [18/10/2016]

Per Urlaub, The Conversation


Democracy Depends on the Consent of the Losers[17/10/2016]

Uri Friedman, The Atlantic


The GOP is history. What about the country? [17/10/2016]

Fareed Zakaria, CNN


Why Trump’s Immigration Position Is Hurting Him [17/10/2016]

Alex Nowrasteh, CATO


What Are the New Battleground States?[17/10/2016]
David N. Wasserman, The New York Times

Donald Trump, the Worst of America[17/10/2016]
Charles M. Blow, The New York Times

How a Hillary Clinton Presidency Would Affect the Supreme Court[17/10/2016]
Conor Friedersdorf, The Atlantic

A Tale of Two Trumps[15/10/2016]
David A. Graham, The Atlantic

Will Republican voters flee Trump, post-video? Here’s what we found.[14/10/2016]
Tobias Konitzer, Sam Corbett-Davies and David Rothschild, Washington Post

The Challenge of Governing With a Congressional Majority[13/10/2016]
Norm Ornstein, The Atlantic

Everything the next president needs to know about infrastructure [13/10/2016]
William A. Galston and Robert Puentes, Brookings

Trump élu : que se passe-t-il en économie?[13/10/2016]
Mark Burgess, La Tribune

Trump & Consequentialism[13/10/2016]
Rod Dreher, American Conservative

The Islamic State Obsession[12/10/2016]
Phillip Lohaus, US News

Should Christians Vote for Trump?[12/10/2016]
Eric Metaxas, Wall Street Journal

Why is Trump better than Clinton for Arabs?[12/10/2016]
Mamdouh AlMuhaini, Al Arabiya

The Republican Inferno[12/10/2016]
Ross Douthat, The New York Times

A Political Historian Explains Why Trump's Tape Could Destroy the GO
Heather Cox Richardson, Quartz

Trump Gets Ready to Be a Bad Loser[11/10/2016]
Ryan Lizza, New Yorker

The Donald Trump We Always Knew[11/10/2016]
Andrew Rosenthal, New York Times

The life and death of Trumpian America[10/10/2016]
Edward Luce, Financial Times

Did Trump Live To Fight Another Day?[10/10/2016]
W. James Antle III, National Interest

Trump v Clinton: who won the second presidential debate?[10/10/2016]
Richard Wolffe, Jessica Valenti, Kenneth Pennington and Christopher R Barron, The Guardian

Predators in Arms[10/10/2016]
Paul Krugman, New York Times

Trump colpito ma non affondato[10/10/2016]
Massimo Faggioli, Huffington Post Italia

Time for Clinton and Trump to Come Clean on Syria[09/10/2016]
Frida Ghitis, CNN

Trump Rattles Off Greatest Hits of Incoherent Foreign Policy[09/10/2016]
Josh Keating, Slate

Donald Trump aurait pu être president[09/10/2016]
Isaac Chotiner, Slate

The Way Ahead[08/10/2016]
Barack Obama, The Economist

A Sexual Predator in the Republican Party’s Midst[08/10/2016]
John Cassidy, New Yorker

Donald Trump Just Lost The Election[08/10/2016]
John Avlon, Daily Beast

Ivanka, Chelsea, and the emerging voter[07/10/2016]
Karlyn Bowman and Heather Sims, AEI

Circle Jerks, ‘Deny Everything': The Week In One Song[07/10/2016]
Christopher Federico, Washington Post

A Libertarian Foreign Policy Vision[07/10/2016]
Gary Johnson, The National Interest

The 18 Essential Foreign-Policy Questions Clinton and Trump Need to Answer[07/10/2016]
AA.VV., Foreign Policy

Third-Party Voters Know What They Want[04/10/2016]
Emma Roller, New York Times

Where Kaine and Pence stand on K-12 education issues[03/10/2016]
Jon Valant, Brookings

Trump's Fellow Travelers[03/10/2016]
Paul Krugman, New York Times

Trump and the Intellectuals[03/10/2016]
Ross Douthat, New York Times

Echo & The Bunnymen, ‘Show of Strength': The Week In One Song[1/10/2016]
Christopher Federico, Washington Post

After the debate, Trump is still dominating news coverage. But Clinton is getting the good press. [30/09/2016]
John Sides, Washington Post

The Candidates Laid Bare[29/09/2016]
Elizabeth Drew, New York Review of Books

How the Clinton-Trump Race Got Close[30/09/2016]
Paul Krugman, New York Times

Trump Is a Hawk. His "America First" Image Is a Lie[29/09/2016]
Conor Friedersdorf, The Atlantic

Fat-Shamer in Chief[29/09/2016]
Timothy Egan, Washington Post

A (Tepid) Defense of Trump on Iraq[29/09/2016]
Kevin Sullivan, Real Clear World

Forget Trump’s temperament and Clinton’s stamina. Voters care less and less about candidates’ personalities[29/09/2016]
Martin Wattenberg, Washington Post

Who's Checking the Fact Checkers on Trump's Iraq Views?[28/09/2016]
James Taranto, Wall Street Journal

Hillary the Hawk[09/2016]
Stephen Zunes, Cairo Review

Can the Unthinkable Happen?[13/10/2016]
Michael Tomasky, New York Review of Books

Las cuatro elecciones más reñidas de la historia reciente de EE UU[28/09/2016]
Carlos Hernández-Echevarría, ES Global

Take a Deep Breath, Voters. There Is a Third Way[28/09/2016]
Gary Johnson, The New York Times

Un debate poco digno de EE UU[28/09/2016]
Alana Moceri, ES Global

Trump Has a Point About NATO[28/09/2016]
John Bolton, Boston Globe

Trump Showed He's No Commander in Chief[28/09/2016]
Max Boot, USA Today

For outside world, U.S. election is all about Trump[28/09/2016]
Peter Apps, Reuters

Hillary the Hawk Pecks at Democrats' Patience[28/09/2016]
Robert Merry, Washington Times

Clinton Reassures a Fearful World[27/09/2016]
David Ignatius, Washington Post

Clinton Won The Debate, Which Means She’s Likely To Gain In The Polls[27/09/2016]
Nate Silver, FiveThirtyEight

The Media Loves Hillary. It May Cost Her the Election[27/09/2016]
Michael Goodwin, New York Post

How the west might soon be lost[27/09/2016]
Martin Wolf, Financial Times

Trump Won Putin’s Focus Group[27/09/2016]
Julia Ioffe, Foreign Policy

A Clear Debate Victory for Clinton[27/09/2016]
William A. Galston, Wall Street Journal

US presidential debate: Hillary versus Hillary[27/09/2016]
Hamid Dabashi, Al Jazeera

We Saw a Scattered Mess of a Foreign Policy Debate[27/09/2016]
Molly O'Toole, Foreign Policy

Trump stumped in first debate with Clinton – will it cost him?[27/09/2016]
Adam Quinn, The Conversation

Clinton’s Victory Without Breakthrough[27/09/2016]
Roger Cohen, The New York Times

'Clinton weaponized Trump’s words': the reaction to the presidential debate[27/09/2016]
Jill Abramson, Steven W Thrasher, Christopher R Barron, Jamie Weinstein and Lucia Graves, The Guardian

Could a President Trump Take Down the United Nations?[27/09/2016]
Richard Gowan, World Politics Review

Trump Scored a Point as Clinton Stumbled on Iran[27/09/2016]
Eli Lake, Bloomberg View

¿Le será útil su victoria a Hillary?[27/09/2016]
John Müller, El Español

Trump Is Right About 'Stop and Frisk'[27/09/2016]
Rudolph Giuliani, Wall Street Journal

The 'Lying' Media and Trump[27/09/2016]
Margaret Talbot, The New Yorker

Did Trump Deconstruct Clinton With Marginal Voters?
Michael Barone, DC Examiner

We’ve Got to Face It: Trump Is Riding a Global Trend[26/09/2016]
Christian Caryl, Foreign Policy

Here are 5 keys to watching Monday night’s debate between Clinton and Trump[26/09/2016]
John Sides, Washington Post

Why Are We So Sure Hillary Will Be a Hawk?[25/09/2016]
Stephen M. Walt, Foreign Policy

From Reset to Realpolitik, Clinton’s New Hard Line on Moscow[22/09/2016]
Molly O’Toole, Foreign Policy

How to Watch the Presidential Debates[22/09/2016]
Elizabeth N. Saunders, Council on Foreign Relations

Trump’s chances of taking the electoral vote are slim[22/09/2016]
William A. Galston, Brookings

Why Trump's Noisy Outrage Beats Clinton's Calm Diplomacy Every Time[22/09/2016]
Jimmy Leach, Newsweek


Donald Trump on terror is just McCarthyism for a new age[21/09/2016]
Simon Jenkins, The Guardian

Whither the Sanders Left?[09/2016]
Theda Skocpol, Democracy – Journal of Ideas

The Bernie Bump[20/09/2016]
Emma Roller, New York Times

Donald Trump is what happens when the media chooses ideology over facts[20/09/2016]
Nicole Hemmer, L.A. Times

What We Are Hearing About Clinton and Trump[19/09/2016]
Frank Newport, New York Times

Donald Trump's approach to terrorism is simplistic — and seductive[19/09/2016]
Michael McGough, L.A. Times

Why Trump Is the Islamic State’s Dream Candidate[19/09/2016]
Max Boot, Foreign Policy

Democrats should worry, not panic[18/09/2016]
Doyle McManus, L.A. Times

Clinton: Into the Headwinds[16/09/2016]
Elizabeth Drew, New York Review of Books

Trump is the Symptom, Clinton is the Disease[16/09/2016]
Roger Harris, Counter Punch

Trump's and Clinton’s favorable ratings are awful. Here’s why.[15/09/2016]
Peter Grier, CS Monitor

Where's the Outrage Over Trump Campaign's Shocking Statement on 'Ethnic Cleansing'?[13/09/2016]
Asher Schechter, Haaretz

Did You Hear the Latest About Hillary?[13/09/2016]
Zeynep Tufekci, New York Times

Donald Trump’s campaign is still on track to raise amazingly little money[12/09/2016]
John Sides, Washington Post

The Rise of Presidential Extremists[12/09/2016]
Larry M. Bartels, New York Times

The Trump-Ailes Buddy Act[11/09/2016]
Elizabeth Williamson, New York Times

Hillary Might Disappoint Her Hawkish Boosters[09/09/2016]
Kevin Sullivan, RealClearWorld

Time for a Realignment[09/09/2016]
David Brooks, New York Times

Donald Trump Is Lying in Plain Sight[08/09/2016]
Charles M. Blow, New York Times

Donald Trump Is Still Lying About the Iraq War[08/09/2016]
Michael A. Cohen, Boston Globe

Cheerleaders de Madame Clinton[08/09/2016]
Hermann Tertsch, ABC

How different are the Democratic and Republican parties? Too different to compare.[08/09/2016]
Matt Grossmann and David A. Hopkins, Washington Post

3 takeaways from Trump at the Commander in Chief Forum[08/09/2016]
Thomas Wright, Brookings

Trump and Clinton Take Up Arms[08/09/2016]
Gail Collins, New York Times

The Candidates and the Doubts[07/09/2016]
Elizabeth Drew, New York Review of Books

Letter From China: Actually, Mr. Trump, the Chinese Have Come to Respect Obama[07/09/2016]
Melinda Liu, Politico Magazine

Fact Tank - Our Lives in Numbers[02/09/2016]
Abigail Geige, Pew Research Institute

The Republican Party’s civil war actually began decades ago[01/09/2016]
Josh Pacewicz, Washington Post

Trump's immigration code-switching wasn't skillful – it was disingenuous[01/09/2016]
Lucia Graves, The Guardian

Yes, Donald Trump Has a Path to 270 Electoral Votes[01/09/2016]
Jeffrey H. Anderson, Weekly Standard

Why Trump's plan to build a wall isn't a real plan[01/09/2016]
Aaron Klein, Brookings

The Democratic Party: From Clinton to Clinton[09/2016]
The Editors, Democracy Journal

The Emerging Clinton Doctrine?[01/09/2016]
Zalmay Khalilzad, National Interest

Moderate Republicans, Unite![01/09/2016]
Michael Tomasky,
New York Times

The U.S. has more third-party candidates than it’s seen in a century. Why?[31/08/2016]
Matthew Dean Hindman and Bernard Tamas, Washington Post

Donald Trump may have accidentally helped Americans oppose deportation. Here’s how.[31/08/2016]
Karthick Ramakrishnan, Jennifer Merolla and Chris Haynes, Washington Post

A Chinese Perspective on the US Presidential Election[31/08/2016]
Xie Tao, The
Diplomat

Protestant, Catholic Views of Clinton and Trump Not Monolithic[31/08/2016]
Frank Newport, Gallup

Why Trump-Clinton Won't Be a Landslide[31/08/2016]
Andrew Gelman, Slate

Trump Tries to Escape a Narrow Corner[31/08/2016]
Scot Lehigh, Boston Globe

Brexit and the Future of Europe[31/08/2016]
Jean Pisani-Ferry, Project Syndicate

Clinton, Trump Are All In on Ohio[31/08/2016]
James Arkin & Caitlin Huey-Burns, RealClearPolitics

Will Trump’s ‘softening’ on immigration win him votes? Probably not.[30/08/2016]
Jonathan Mummolo and Sean Westwood, Washington Post

Trump’s Tower of Babble[30/08/2016]
Christopher M. Livaccari, Jeff Wang, Foreign Policy

How Donald Trump's Politics Will Gut the Republican Party for Decades[30/08/2016]
Kurt Eichenwald, Newsweek

The Genius of Trump's Foreign Policy[29/08/2016]
Peter Morici, Fox News

Trump's Train Wreck[29/08/2016]
Elizabeth Drew, Project Syndicate

What the World Could Lose in America’s Presidential Election[28/08/2016]
Fred Hiatt, Washington Post

The Trump-Farage Road Show[28/08/2016]
Roger Cohen, New York Times

Where's Clinton's Leadership on Trade?[26/08/2016]
Michael A. Cohen, Boston Globe

A Chinese Perspective on the US Presidential Election[26/08/2016]
Xie Tao, The Diplomat

Donald Trump a-t-il déjà perdu?[25/08/2016]
Alexis Feertchak, Le Figaro

Trump and Clinton Have No Idea How to Deal with Putin[24/08/2016]
Matthew Rojansky, Foreign Policy


The Nine Lives of Donald J. Trump[23/08/2016]
Victor Davis Hanson, National Review


With Pitch to Minorities, Trump Has His Own Party in Mind[23/08/2016]
Caitlin Huey-Burns, RCP


The high cost of America’s cheap populism[22/08/2016]
Michael Gerson, Washington Post


Never Trump. And Never Hillary Clinton Either.[22/08/2016]
Peter Feaver, Will Inboden, Foreign Policy

For sale, the most brazen president money can buy[22/08/2016]
Wesley Pruden, The Washington Times

NATO Has Problems, But Trump Won’t Fix Them[22/08/2016]
Simon Waxman, Boston Review

As threats increase, America needs a diplomat in chief[22/08/2016]
Strobe Talbott, Brookings

Donald Trump’s dark inner Richard Nixon[21/08/2016]

Edward Luce, Financial Times

What Republican turncoats forget[21/08/2016]
Stephen Moore, Washington Times

What Trump's Foreign Policy Gets Right[21/08/2016]
John Bolton, Wall Street Journal

Preserving Primacy: A Defense Strategy for the New Administration[09/2016]
Mac Thornberry and Andrew F. Krepinevich Jr., Foreign Affairs

Blueprint for Reform: A Comprehensive Policy Agenda for a New Administration in 2017[08/2016]
The Heritage Foundation

Why Hillary Clinton Might Win Georgia[22/08/2016]
Joseph Crespino, New York Times

To understand Donald Trump’s law-and-order appeal, look south of the border[18/08/2016]
Dinorah Azpuru, Washington Post
Trump’s ‘Ideology Test’ Could Bring Back a Hated McCarthy-era Law[17/08/2016]
Henry Johnson, Foreign Policy
Why Putin Wants a Trump Victory (So Much He Might Even Be Trying to Help Him)[17/08/2016]
Michael McFaul, The Washington Post
Educated white women could trigger a decisive Trump defeat[16/08/2016]
William H. Frey, Brookings

Trump’s Blunt-Force Foreign Policy[16/08/2016]
Robin Wright, New Yorker

Trump’s ‘Ideological Test’ for Immigrants Will Tear America Apart[16/08/2016]
James Poulos, Foreign Policy

What Hillary and Trump Should Learn from Ike and George Washington[15/08/2016]
Daniel L. Davis, National Interest

How Conservative Intransigence Helped Give Us Trump[14/08/2016]
Jay Caruso, National Review

The Election Won’t Be Rigged. But It Could Be Hacked.[14/08/2016]
Zeynep Tufekci, New York Times

Being Honest About Trump[14/08/2016]
Adam Gopnik, New Yorker

Why some people think Trump may be a ‘Siberian candidate’[11/08/2016]
Scott Radnitz, Washington Post

Immigrants and Donald Trump: It's a complicated story[11/08/2016]
Gregory Aftandilian, Al Jazeera

Stranger in a Strange Land[10/08/2016]
Ben Shapiro, National Review

Trump’s tax plan: Make America’s debt great again[10/08/2016]
William G. Gale, Hilary Gelfond and Aaron Krupkin, Brookings

The United States is getting better at running elections[09/08/2016]
Charles Stewart III and Stephen Pettigrew, Washington Post

Donald Trump: Keep Your Hands Off the Foreign-Policy Ideas I Believe In[08/08/2016]
Stephen M. Walt, Foreign Policy

Can Clinton or Trump Recapture Robust American Growth?[08/08/2016]
Robert J. Gordon, New York Times

President Trump and the Future of the West[08/08/2016]
Nicholas Vinocur, Politico EU

Why I cannot support Trump[08/08/2016]
Susan Collins, Washington Post

"Why is the World Obsessed with the U.S. Elections?"[08/08/2016]
Martin Quencez, German Marshall Fund

Why Clinton Can Thank Trump For Her Polling Bump[07/08/2016]
James Downie, Washington Post

I Ran the C.I.A. Now I’m Endorsing Hillary Clinton.[05/08/2016]
Michael J. Morell, The New York Times

The Isolationist Temptation[05/08/2016]
Richard N. Haass, Wall Street Journal

Trump's disastrous week: The beginning of the end?[05/08/2016]
James Bowen, The Interpreter

Trump in the dumps[05/08/2016]
The Economist

3 reasons Vladimir Putin might want to interfere in the US presidential election[03/08/2016]
Fiona Hill, Brooking

What happens if Donald Trump or Mike Pence drops out before election day?[03/08/2016]
Elaine Kamarck, Brookings

Do U.S. voters prefer optimistic politicians? Here’s what we found.[01/08/2016]
Neil Malhotra and Yotam Margalit, Washington Post

Trump is the first modern Republican to win the nomination based on racial prejudice[01/08/2016]
Michael Tesler, Washington Post

How the ‘Stupid Party’ Created Donald Trump[31/07/2016]
Max Boot, New York Times

Here’s what was surprising about the protesters at the Democratic convention this week[30/07/2016]
Michael T. Heaney, Washington Post

What Chinese people think about Hillary Clinton[29/07/2016]
David Dollar and Wei Wang, Brookings

The Last Hurrah of the "Silent Majority"?[29/07/2016]
Michael Javen Fortner, Democracy Journal

Making sense of NATO on the US presidential campaign trail[29/07/2016]
Fred Dews, Brookings

What Trump Doesn’t Know About Allies[29/07/2016]
Stephen Sestanovich, New York Times

Why we need a President Clinton[28/07/2016]
Anne Applebaum, Washington Post

Hillary Clinton, retour à un interventionnisme musclé? Plus proche d’Israël, plus proche de l’Arabie saoudite[26/07/2016]
Sylvain Cypel, Orient XXI

«Hillary Clinton a gauchisé son discours pour séduire la base de Bernie Sanders »[25/07/2016]
Entrevista a Laurence Nardon, Les Echos

The End of Republicanism?[24/07/2016]
Jonathan Freedland, New York Review of Books

Party of Rage[22/07/2016]
Elizabeth Drew, New York Review of Books


The Certain Trumpet[22/07/2016]
James Stavridis, Foreign Policy

The GOP delivered a convention softball for Democrats to hit out of the park[22/07/2016]
Eugene Robinson, Washington Post

Five Ways Trump's Convention Was a Success[22/07/2016]
Jonathan Easley, The Hill

Anti-Trump Hysteria on NATO[21/07/2016]
Paul Saunders, The National Interest

3 Reasons Cruz's Speech Mattered[21/07/2016]
John McCormack, Weekly Standard

Why Trump Is Winning Over Ohio's Blue-Collar Democrats[20/07/2016]
Jeff Greenfield, Politico

A Nation at Half-Mast[20/07/2016]
Daniel Henninger, Wall Street Journal

How the GOP Abandons Ukraine[20/07/2016]
Jeffrey Gedmin, Atlantic Council

Why Clinton and Trump may increase voter turnout in 2016[20/07/2016]
William A. Galston, Brookings

Who Will Be President?[20/07/2016]
Josh Katz, New York Times

Auditions underway in Cleveland for the next Republican president[20/07/2016]
Elaine Kamarck, Brookings

On Trade, Trump Pushes—and the GOP Caves[19/07/2016]
Michael Gerson, The Washington Post

This one survey shows why Trump won’t win over Sanders supporters[19/07/2016]
Melissa Deckman, Washington Post

Is Trump's foreign policy advisor a realist or a neocon?[19/07/2016]
William McCants, Brookings

On Trade, Trump Pushes—and the GOP Caves[18/07/2016]
Michael Gerson, The Washington Post

How Donald Trump Became the Kremlin's Candidate[07/2016]
Michael Crowley, Politico 

Donald Trump’s Convention: Day 1
[18/07/2016]
AA.VV., New York Times

Live from Cleveland: A history of messy and not-so-messy conventions[18/07/2016]
Elaine Kamarck, Brookings

Both Sides Now?[18/07/2016]
Paul Krugman, New York Times

Can We Find Our Way Back to Lincoln?[17/07/2016]
Peter Wehner, New York Times

A Cure for Trumpism[15/07/2016]
Ross Douthat and Reihan Salam, New York Times

Can the G.O.P. Senate Majority Survive Donald Trump?[12/07/2016]
Robert Draper, New York Times

What does the Libertarian Party want to be when it grows up?[07/07/2016]
Philip A. Wallach, Brookings

Trump Near-Certain to Defeat Democrat in November According To Primary Model[03/07/2016]
Helmut Norpoth, Huffington Post

Trump, Sanders, and the Coming Apocalypse [20/06/2016]
Alex Wagner, The Atlantic

A Tale of Two Parties [20/06/2016]
Paul Krugman, New York Times

How Clinton Can Fall in Love With Free Trade All Over Again [16/06/2016]
David Francis, Foreign Policy

Would checks and balances stop Trump? Don’t bet on it [16/06/2016]
Robert Kagan, Washington Post

Trump’s Unrecognizable America [15/06/2016]
Benjamin Wallace-Wells, New Yorker

What Does Bernie Sanders Want? [15/06/2016]
Elizabeth Williamson, New York Times

The right response to Donald Trump? A media blackout
[14/06/2016]
Dana Milbank, Washington Post

Donald Trump’s Response to Orlando Plays Directly into the Hands of Terrorists [13/06/2016]
David Rothkopf, Foreign Policy

Trump Goes on the Attack in New Foreign-Policy Speech [12/06/2016]
Jacob Heilbrunn, National Interest

What Exactly Would It Mean to Have Trump’s Finger on the Nuclear Button? [11/06/2016]
Bruce Blair, Politico Magazine

Subtract One Clinton [19/05/2016]
Gail Collins, New York Times

The Dying of the Third-Party Dream [19/05/2016]
Ross Douthat, New York Times

Nigels against the World [19/05/2016]
Ferdinand Mount, London Review of Books

Why Hillary Clinton Will Be a Foreign-Policy Nightmare [18/05/2016]
A. Trevor Thrall, The American Interest

La amenaza [18/05/2016]
Pierpaolo Barbieri, El País

The Hillary Clinton Doctrine [17/05/2016]
Jeffrey A. Stacey, Foreign Affairs

An Exhausted Democracy: Donald Trump and the New American Nationalism [17/05/2016]
Holger Stark, Der Spiegel

Trump Doesn't Need a Neocon Running Mate [17/05/2016]
Scott McConnell, The American Interest

Clinton v. Trump: Expect six months of surprises [17/05/2016]
Darrell M. West, Brookings

Can Hillary Clinton, Goldwater Girl, Win Over Republicans? [17/05/2016]
Emma Roller, New York Times

The Donald vs. the Blob [16/05/2016]
Stephen M. Walt, Foreign Policy

#NeverTrump: could a third-party candidate save the Republicans from armageddon? [16/05/2016]
Mark McLay, The Conversation

Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and the lure of the strongman [16/05/2016]
Gideon Rachman, Financial Times

The Vice Presidency No One Should Want [15/05/2016]
Jeff Greenfield, Politico

Trump y la refundación conservadora [15/05/2016]
Gustavo Palomares Lerma, El País

The other Clinton presidency [14/05/2016]
Gwynne Dyer, Hurriyet Daily News

Is There a Hillary Doctrine? [13/05/2016]
Jeffrey Goldberg, The Atlantic

Do Republicans Really Dislike Donald Trump? [13/05/2016]
Kelefa Sanneh, New Yorker

It’s not just Trump. Voting for populists makes voters angrier and more discontented. [12/05/2016]
Matthijs Rooduijn, Wouter van der Brug and Sarah L. de Lange, Washington Post

The Trump Bomb [12/05/2016]
Jeremy Bernstein, New York Review of Books

American Caudillo: Trump and the Latin-Americanization of U.S. Politics [12/05/2016]
Omar G. Encarnación, Foreign Affairs

The term “anti-establishment” has lost all meaning in this year’s US presidential race [12/05/2016]
Sarah Kendzior, Quartz

Paul Ryan and Donald Trump Remain on Collision Course [12/05/2016]
Molly O’Toole, Foreign Policy

El candidato Trump, el GOP y la campaña 2016 [12/05/2016]
Carlota García Encina, Elcano

Allies Beware: Americans Support a More Limited Role for the U.S. [12/05/2016]
Bruce Stokes & Xenia Wickett, Real Clear Politics

Trump supporters differ from other GOP voters on foreign policy, immigration issues [11/05/2016]
Anthony J. Gaughan, The Conversation

Trump's Miss Universe Foreign Policy [11/05/2016]
Thomas L. Friedman, The New York Times

Is Trump the last gasp of Reagan’s Republican Party? [11/05/2016]
Christopher Baylor, Washington Post

GOP Prays Trump Evolves on Foreign Policy [11/05/2016]
Josh Rogin, Bloomberg View

How Many People Support Trump but Don't Want to Admit It? [11/05/2016]
Thomas B. Edsall, The New York Times

The Base [10/05/2016]
Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, Boston Review

How Much Help From the G.O.P. Does Trump Need? [10/05/2016]
AA.VV., The New York Times

A Good Night for Sanders and Trump [10/05/2016]
Elizabeth Williamson, The New York Times

How Donald Trump has changed the world [09/05/2016]
Gideon Rachman, Financial Times

Donald Trump and the authoritarian temptation [09/05/2016]
Shadi Hamid, Brookings

G.O.P. Has Only Itself to Blame
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Charles M. Blow, The New York Times

The Making of an Ignoramus [09/05/2016]
Paul Krugman, The New York Times

Trump, Truth and the Power of Contradiction [07/05/2016]
Michael P. Lynch, The New York Times

Truth and Trumpism [06/05/2016]
Paul Krugman, New York Times

47 not-very-positive things foreign leaders have said about Donald Trump [06/05/2016]
Adam Taylor, Washington Post

The Model American [06/05/2016]
Lauren Collins, New Yorker

The 12 signs that Trump will win the White House [05/05/2016]
Matt Latimer, Politico

Do Jewish votes matter in the US election? [05/05/2016]
Mark Perry, Al Jazeera

Is Trump out of step with Americans on foreign policy? [05/05/2016]
William A. Galston, Brookings

John Kasich Drifts Away [05/05/2016]
Amy Davidson, New Yorker

President Trump: The View From China [05/05/2016]
Zhibo Qiu, The Diplomat

The Art of the Military Deal [05/05/2016]
Michael O'Hanlon, National Interest

Clinton vs Trump Promises Extremely Negative Campaign [04/05/2016]
Peter Trubowitz, LSE

2016 should be winnable for Republicans. But can they win with Trump? [04/05/2016]
John Sides, Washington Post

Trump vs. Hillary Is Nationalism vs. Globalism, 2016 [04/05/2016]
Robert Merry, National Interest

The Donald Trump New Normal [04/05/2016]
Gail Collins, New York Times

The Great Trump Reshuffle [04/05/2016]
Thomas B. Edsall, New York Times

Clinton vs Trump Promises Extremely Negative Campaign [04/05/2016]
Peter Trubowitz, Chatham House

Why is Hillary Clinton doing worse among whites now than in 2008? Racial attitudes [04/05/2016]
Michael Tesler, Washington Post

Ted Cruz lost the race for the Republican nomination long before Indiana [04/05/2016]
Elaine Kamarck, Brookings

Will it be Clinton or Trump in November? Here’s what’s wrong with most predictions [03/05/2016]
Tobias Konitzer and David Rothschild, Washington Post

The Europeanization of U.S. Politics Continues [03/05/2016]
Sean Trende, Real Clear Politics

How Ted Cruz lost long before Indiana [03/05/2016]
Elaine Kamarck, Brookings

No, it’s not new that some working-class and poor whites vote Republican [03/05/2016]
Andrew Gelman, Washington Post

Why women voters may be the most important demographic of the 2016 election [03/05/2016]
William Frey, Brookings

Trump’s Impending Nomination Means It’s Time For a Third Party [03/05/2016]
Eliot A. Cohen, The Washington Post

Life as a Presidential Could-Have-Been [03/05/2016]
Emma Roller, New York Times

A Trump-Sanders Coalition? Nah [02/05/2016]
Charles M. Blow, New York Times

Leadership Traits Most-Related to Voting for Presidential Candidates [02/05/2016]
Frank Newport and Jim Harter, Gallup

Cruz's Image Plummets, Trump's Improves Among Republicans [02/05/2016]
Frank Newport, Gallup

A surprising number of Americans dislike how messy democracy is. They like Trump [02/05/2016]
John R. Hibbing and Elizabeth Theiss-Morse, Washington Post

No, it’s not new that some working-class and poor whites vote Republican [02/05/2016]
Andrew Gelman, Washington Post

Democracies end - when they are too democratic [01/05/2016]
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Jacob Parakilas, Chatham House

Trump Makes These 5 Good FP Points [02/04/20168]
Liz Peek, Fiscal Times

Bernie Sanders's Legacy [02/04/20168]
Charles M. Blow, New York Times

Trump's Foreign-Policy Speech: A Start, But Only a Start [02/04/20168]
Dov S. Zakheim, National Interest

Trump Deals the Woman Card [02/04/20168]
Gail Collins, New York Times

Which Donald Trump Showed Up [02/04/20168]
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Donald Trump's Foreign Policy Isn't Fantasy (video)
The Atlantic

On Trump, Gefilte Fish, and World Order [27/04/2016]
Julia Ioffe, Foreign Policy

What's up with Kasich? [27/04/2016]
A.B. Stoddard, The Hill

Why I Hosted Trump’s Foreign-Policy Speech [27/04/2016]
Jacob Heilbrunn, Politico

Five things we “learned” from Trump’s foreign policy speech [27/04/2016]
Thomas Wright, Brookings

Trump's New Slogan Has Old Baggage from Nazi Era [27/04/2016]
Eli Lake, Bloomberg View

Donald Trump can’t change the Republican Party by himself [27/04/2016]
David A. Hopkins, Washington Post

Trump’s Incoherent Foreign-Policy Plans [27/04/2016]
Russell Berman, The Atlantic

In Foreign Policy Speech, @realDonaldTrump Comes Through Despite Efforts To Appear Presidential [27/04/2016]
Molly O’Toole, Foreign Policy

What US elections should look like in a real democracy [27/04/2016]
Susan Abulhawa, Al Jazeera

Yes, Bernie Sanders has a foreign policy vision. Here are its three central ideas [27/04/2016]
Charli Carpenter, Washington Post

This research shows that vice presidential candidates actually do win votes in their home states [26/04/2016]
Boris Heersink and Brenton Peterson, Washington Post

Trump’s campaign brings Eastern Europe’s political ‘tactics’ to the U.S. [25/04/2016]
Anne Applebaum, Washington Post

The 8 A.M. Call [25/04/2016]
Paul Krugman, New York Times

The Democrats After Sanders [21/04/2016]
Ross Douthat, The New York Times

A Trump Presidency Would Make China Great Again [21/04/2016]
William Pesek, The Japan Times

Relief that New York did not ‘feel the Bern’ [21/04/2016]
Herb Keinon, Jerusalem Post

What Is Sanders's Endgame?
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Charles M. Blow, New York Times

Will Ted Cruz Pull off an Old-School ‘Corrupt Bargain’? [21/04/2016]
Robert W. Merry, National Interest

What Will Happen To Trump Supporters After November? [20/04/2016]
Rory Kinane, Chatham House

Bernie’s Failed Revolution [20/04/2016]
Bill Scher, Politico

Why the Northeast Is Trump Territory [20/04/2016]
Matt Purple, National Interest

The Sanders Campaign Continues [20/04/2016]
Aaron Bastani, London Review of Books

Trump’s rear-view politics [20/04/2016]
Stephen M. Walt, Gulf News

Meet Trump 2.0 - a man who knows what he is doing [20/04/2016]
Gyles Brandreth, Telegraph

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s New York Wins: A Preview of the General Election? [20/04/2016]
John Cassidy, New Yorker

Why Trump’s New York win is worth more than Hillary’s [20/04/2016]
Elaine Kamarck, Brookings Institution

The GOP needs new rules for picking its nominee [20/04/2016]
George F. Will, The Washington Post

A Nationalist Foreign Policy? [19/04/2016]
Richard Burt, The National Interest

A New York Primary That Actually Matters [19/04/2016]
Arthur C. Brooks and Gail Collins, New York Times

Securing Peace With Trade and Diplomacy [19/04/2016]
Chuck Hagel and Bob Kerrey, The Wall Street Journal

No Way to Elect a President
 [19/04/2016]
Frank Bruni, New York Times

This election is an unpopularity contest for the ages [19/04/2016]
Ruth Marcus, The Washington Post

Trump’s Rear-View Politics [18/04/2016]
Stephen M. Walt, Foreign Policy

This Article Is Not About Donald Trump [18/04/2016]
Tom Engelhardt, Middle East Online

Sanders Dismisses the Deep South [18/04/2016]
Charles M. Blow, New York Times

Only Bernie Sanders can break the power of capitalism in the US [18/04/2016]
Paul Mason, The Guardian

How New York Values Trump [16/04/2016]
Ross Douthat, New York Times

Sanders' Balanced Israel-Palestine Views Are Very American [16/04/2016]
Rami G. Khouri, Middle East Online

Donald Trump’s nuclear threats could trash the global order [15/04/2016]
Michelle Bentley, The Conversation

If Hillary Clinton is running for Obama’s ‘third term,’ she faces these challenges [15/04/2016]
Donald Zinman, Washington Post

Bernie's Strong—but Risky—Debate in Brooklyn [15/04/2016]
David A. Graham, The Atlantic

The Clash, ‘Cheat’: The Week In One Song [15/04/2016]
Christopher Federico, Washington Post

The Democratic Debate: A Surprising Exchange on Israel [15/04/2016]
John Cassidy, New Yorker

Trump and Bernie are both right: ‘Free trade’ is killing us [13/04/2016]
Robert L. Borosage, Reuters

Would a Clinton Win Mean More Wars? [12/04/2016]
Robert Parry, Middle East Online

Donald Trump’s Farcical Foreign Policy [07/04/2016]
James Bruno, Washington Monthly

America's Election Shame [06/04/2016]
Markus Feldenkirchen, Der Spiegel

Our Sovereign Father, Donald Trump [06/04/2016]
Brian Connolly,
Los Angeles Review of Books

Why A Trump Presidency Would Be Bad For Asia [06/04/2016]
Khang Vu,
The Diplomat

The NATO Alliance Trump Doesn’t See [04/04/2016]
Jackson Diehl,
The Washington Post

Where Hillary’s higher education plan goes wrong [31/03/2016]
Jason Delisle,
Brookings

The Buying of the President [31/03/2016]
Charles Lewis,
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Adventures in the Trump Twittersphere [31/03/2016]
Zeynep Tufekci,
New York Times

Trump turns media into losers [31/03/2016]
Joan Vennochi,
Boston Globe

Donald Trump: Foreign Policy’s Useful Idiot? [30/03/2016]
John Feffer,
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The Last Pro-Trump Argument Implodes [29/03/2016]
Noah Rothman,
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Fahad Nazer,
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Why Trump? [29/03/2016]
Elizabeth Drew,
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Yes, Donald Could Beat Hillary [29/03/2016]
William McGurn,
Wall Street Journal

Trump's New World Disorder [29/03/2016]
Roger Cohen,
New York Times

Could the urge to vote against Trump help bridge Clinton’s enthusiasm gap? [29/03/2016]
Howard Gutman,
Washington Post

Clinton, Trump, and Riyadh: How Saudi Arabia Sees the U.S. Presidential Election [28/03/2016]
Fahad Nazer,Foreighn Affairs 

It's not the 1930s. But Donald Trump should scare us all the same [28/03/2016]
Kira Goldenberg,
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Republican Self-Destruction [28/03/2016]
Charles M. Blow,
New York Times

How the G.O.P. Elite Lost Its Voters to Donald Trump [28/03/2016]
Nicholas Confessore,
Washington Post

Donald Trump’s Foreign Policy Revolution [25/03/2016]
Jeet Heer,
New Republic

Pinochet. Chavez. Trump? [24/03/2016]
Ben Wofford,
Politico Magazine

Want to reduce the influence of super PACs? Strengthen state parties [24/03/2016]
Raymond J. La Raja and Jonathan Rauch,
Brookings

The Dangerous Election [24/03/2016]
Michael Tomasky,
New York Review of Books

The State of the United States [24/03/2016]
Richard N. Haass,
Project Syndicate

Donald Trump’s world [23/03/2016]
Gary J. Schmitt,
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Billionaires win when they run for office around the world [22/03/2016]
Darrell M. West,
Brookings

President Trump’s foreign policy dystopia [22/03/2016]
Simon Reich,
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GOP governers hold the Trump card at this summer's convention [21/03/2016]
Elaine Kamarck,
Brookings

No one will be able to stop the political violence Donald Trump is unleashing [18/03/2016]
Todd Gitlin,
Washington Post

Are people getting a bit tired of being lectured to by do-gooding celebrities? [18/03/2016]
John Jewell,
The Conversation

No Trump Card [17/03/2016]
Dominik Tolksdorf,
Berlin Policy Journal

Choices by U.S. Voters Will Influence World [17/03/2016]
Bruce Stokes,
Yale Global

¿Qué está pasando en la campaña electoral de EEUU? [17/03/2016]
Alana Moceri,
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The great unsettling [17/03/2016]
David Maraniss and Robert Samuels,
Washington Post

Beware the Outsider [16/03/2016]
Javier Corrales,
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Russia Hearts Donald Trump [14/03/2016]
Anna Nemtsova, The Daily Beast

Campaign 2016 Has the Worst of Middle Eastern Politics [14/03/2016]
Kim Ghattas,
Foreign Policy

Bernie’s Comeback Calendar
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David Dayen,
New Republic

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Are Winning Votes, but Not Hearts
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Michael Barbaro,
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Exit polls and the evangelical vote: A closer look [14/03/2016]
Gregory A. Smith and David Masci,
New York Times

Beyond Good and Evil: How Ted Cruz learned to lose friends and influence people [11/03/2016]
Clancy Martin,
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American Public Opinion and Sanders' Proposal for Single-Payer Healthcare System [11/03/2016]
Frank Newport,
Gallup

Why are Americans so angry this election season? Here’s new research that helps explain it. [10/03/2016]
Lilliana Mason,
Washington Post

Andrew Jackson: Donald Trump’s presidential forefather [10/03/2016]
Gina Yannitell Reinhardt,
The Conversation

The World According to Trump [10/03/2016]
Bernard-Henri Lévy,
Project Syndicate

Sanders Surprises [09/03/2016]
Charles M. Blow,
New York Times

Trump’s voters aren’t authoritarians, new research says. So what are they? [09/03/2016]
Wendy Rahn and Eric Oliver,
Washington Post

Trump's Transatlantic Friends [09/03/2016]
Philip Stephens,
Financial Times

A Protectionist Moment? [09/03/2016]
Paul Krugman,
New York Times

Only Trump Can Trump Trump [09/03/2016]
Thomas L. Friedman,
New York Times

No, actually Hillary Clinton won Tuesday night [09/03/2016]
Joshua Tucker,
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Millions of ordinary Americans support Donald Trump. Here's why [08/03/2016]
Thomas Frank,
The Guardian

Bernie Sanders, Foreign Policy Realist [08/03/2016]
Katrina Vanden Heuvel,
Washington Post

Marco Rubio: The Neocons' Last Stand? [08/03/2016]
Christopher A. Preble,
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How Donald Trump gets away with saying things other candidates can’t
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Jennifer Mercieca,
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The Return of the 1930s
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Bret Stephens,
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The Neocons Are Responsible for Trumpism [07/03/2016]
Michael Lind,
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Bernie Sanders’s Campaign Is Not a Real Revolution [07/03/2016]
David Rothkopf,
Foreign Policy

Both Trump and Sanders lack foreign policy nous [07/03/2016]
Adam Ramey,
The National

Donald Trump Is an Idiot Savant on Nuclear Policy [07/03/2016]
Jeffrey Lewis,
Foreign Policy

Echoes of 1996 Russia [07/03/2016]
Leonid Bershidsky,
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All that shouting between Clinton and Sanders? It's very loud agreement [07/03/2016]
Richard Wolffe,
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Is Donald Trump a Fascist? [07/03/2016]
Jeffrey Herf,
American Interest

Hard data: is Trump or Cruz more electable? [07/03/2016]
Mark Payton and Ole J. Forsberg,
The Conversation

What China Thinks of Trump [06/03/2016]
Adam Minter,
Bloomberg View

Donald Trump has thrown caution to the wind. So must the left [06/03/2016]
Zoe Williams,
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Battle lines [05/03/2016]
The Economist

Does Trump’s luster qualify him to be president? [05/03/2016]
David Ignatius,
Daily Star

How Iraq war is helping Trump [04/03/2016]
Gregory Aftandilian,
The Arab Weekly

Where were Republican moderates 20 years ago? [03/03/2016]
Fareed Zakaria,
Washington Post

//medium.com/@emmalindsay/trump-supporters-aren-t-stupid-3d38f70f2a2f#.tmc9fq2dv">Trump Supporters Aren’t Stupid [03/03/2016]
Emma Lindsay,
Medium

Here We Stand: Against Donald Trump [03/03/2016]
Peter D. Feaver and Will Inboden,
Foreign Policy

Why The G.O.P. Can’t Stop Trump [03/03/2016]
John Cassidy,
New Yorker

Is This the End of Big-Money Politics? [03/03/2016]
Jane Mayer,
New Yorker

How political science helps explain the rise of Trump: Most voters aren’t ideologues [02/03/2016]
John Sides and Michael Tesler,
Washington Post

An Open Letter From GOP National Security Leaders [02/03/2016]
AA.VV.,
War on the Rocks

What a Trump presidency could look like in 2020 [02/03/2016]
Philip A. Wallach,
Brookings

Americans, Brace Yourselves for the Bunga Bunga [02/03/2016]
Valentina Pasquali,
Foreign Policy

Super Tuesday Winners & Losers [02/03/2016]
Tom Bevan,
Real Clear Politics

Lo que Berlusconi explica de Trump [02/03/2016]
Andrea Rizzi,
El País

Trump is now unstoppable. It's game over for Cruz, Rubio, Kasich and Carson [02/03/2016]
Edward Rollins,
FoxNews

Five Reasons Trump Is Weaker Than He Looks [02/03/2016]
Jonathan V. Last,
Weekly Standard

'This Country Is Ready for a Woman in the White House' [01/03/2016]
Anne-Marie Slaughter,
Der Spiegel

The rise of American authoritarianism [01/03/2016]
Amanda Taub,
VOX

Trump y el invierno del descontento de América [01/03/2016]
Peter Hakim,
Infolatam

What is the chance that Trump dominates Super Tuesday but doesn’t win the nomination? [01/03/2016]
John Sides,
Washington Post

How America’s overseas voters could swing the 2016 election[29/02/2016]
Jay Sexton,
The Conversation

America, Please Don't Do This to Us[29/02/2016]
Thor Steinhovden,
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What differentiates Trump supporters from other Republicans? Ethnocentrism.[28/02/2016]
Kerem Ozan Kalkan,
Washington Post

What Sanders' rejection of Obama's worldview means for U.S. foreign policy[28/02/2016]
Thomas Wright,
Brookings

Six reasons Trump is still better than Clinton[28/02/2016]
Hugh Hewitt,
Washington Examiner

Why Texas matters politically more than ever[28/02/2016]
Christopher Hooks,
Los Angeles Times

Clinton's Winning SC Numbers Suggest Sweep in South[27/02/2016]
Nate Cohn,
New York Times

El ocaso del ‘aparato’ republicano[27/02/2016]
Paul Krugman,
El País

Donald Trump & The GOP's Apologists for Tyrants[27/02/2016]
Max Boot,
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Barack Obama's Heir
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Molly Ball,
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Donald Trump may be showing us the future of right-wing politics[27/02/2016]
Federico Finchelstein and Pablo Piccato,
Washington Post

Among Dems, Clinton Regains Popularity Advantage Over Sanders[26/02/2016]
Andrew Dugan and Frank Newport,
Gallup

Is Hillary losing the women’s vote? Nope. Here’s how the gender gap really works [26/02/2016]
Barbara Norrander,
Washington Post

Why Bernie will burn out in Dixie[26/02/2016]
Christopher Sebastian Parker,
The Conversation

Will superdelegates pick the Democratic nominee? Here’s everything you need to know [26/02/2016]
D. Stephen Voss,
Washington Post

« Les Etats-Unis vivent en même temps une fronde et une jacquerie »[26/02/2016]
Steven Ekovich,
Le Monde

How do primary voters decide between ‘electable’ and ideologically pure? Our research surprised us [26/02/2016]
Bertram Johnson, Margot Graham, Nora Lenhard, Hazel Millard and Andrew Plotch,
Washington Post

 
What a Trump Presidency Means for the Gulf[25/02/2016]
Sultan Al Qassemi,
MEI

Why it’s time to end in-person voting for good[25/02/2016]
Ben Pryor,
The Conversation

The US Election and the Global Economy[25/02/2016]
Michael Boskin,
Project Syndicate

Trump is the GOP’s Frankenstein monster. Now he’s strong enough to destroy the party [25/02/2016]
Robert Kagan,
Washington Post

Donald Trump: From a joke to the Presidency? [25/02/2016]
Joyce Karam,
Al Arabiya

A presidential run by Michael Bloomberg could plunge the country into a constitutional crisis[25/02/2016]
Bruce Ackerman,
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This is how Donald Trump is winning[24/02/2016]
E.J. Dionne Jr., Washington Post

South Carolina’s painful legacy of racism endures to this day[24/02/2016]
Clive Webb,
The Conversation

Trump's victories aren't mysterious if you understand why people are angry[24/02/2016]
Jeb Lund,
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Trump's Success Shows Republicans Are Choosing Anger Over Conservative Ideas[24/02/2016]
Susan J. Demas,
The Huffington Post

Marco Rubio: 'You Don’t Win The Nomination By How Many States You Win'[24/02/2016]
Jason Linkins,
The Huffington Post

What Is Marco Rubio Waiting For?[24/02/2016]
Ross Douthat,
New York Times

Clinton, Sanders and Southern Voters[24/02/2016]
Charles M. Blow,
New York Times

What the Presidential Candidates Get Wrong About the Middle East[23/02/2016]
Kim Ghattas,
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America may long for the days of the Bush dynasty[23/02/2016]
Sholto Byrnes,
The National

On being pro-Bernie, and pro-business[23/02/2016]
Dan Wolf,
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The Devil in Ted Cruz[23/02/2016]
Frank Bruni,
New York Times

What Today's Republicans Don't Get About Reagan[23/02/2016]
JACOB WEISBERG,
New York Times

What the 2016 U.S. presidential election means for the Middle East[22/02/2016]
John Hudak,
Brookings

Jeb Bush’s presidential campaign was a success — for its consultants
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Adam Sheingate,
Washington Post

Trump and the fall of Bush[22/02/2016]
John Feehery,
The Hill

The Agony of Hillary Clinton[22/02/2016]
Elizabeth Drew,
Project Syndicate

Trump’s South Carolina victory could make him unstoppable in GOP race[21/02/2016]
Anthony J. Gaughan,
The Conversation

Four reasons why Clinton’s Nevada victory is important[21/02/2016]
Anthony J. Gaughan, The Conversation

Here’s what Clinton and Sanders need to do to sway Latino and black voters[20/02/2016]
Loren Collingwood and Rudy Alamillo,
Washington Post

The Collapsing Center[19/02/2016]
Elizabeth Drew,
New York Review of Books

The (short) history behind the South Carolina primary  [19/02/2016]
Donald Fowler,
Brookings

How Bernie Sanders Plays in Vegas[19/02/2016]
Brittany Bronson,
New York Times

Trump vs. Pope, Round 2[19/02/2016]
Lawrence Downes,
New York Times

Does Trump spell the end of our brief era of ideology??[18/02/2016]
Timothy P. Carney,
AEI

The Fire Meets the Wall[15/02/2016]
Charles M. Blow,
New York Times

El Pato Donald para presidente[15/02/2016]
John Carlin,
El País

South Carolina's GOP Showdown: Strength vs. Ideology[14/02/2016]
Jacob Heilbrunn,
National Interest

Not Their Mother’s Candidate[14/02/2016]
Susan Faludi,
New York Times

Trump and Sanders are the logical result of government that doesn't deliver[14/02/2016]
Doyle McManus,
Los Angeles Times

¡Que Dios nos coja confesados![13/02/2016]
Ignacio Arroyo Martínez,
El País

What Is Scarier Than Donald Trump? [12/02/2016]
David Rothkopf,
Foreign Policy

How Far Left Has America Moved?[12/02/2016]
Stuart Stevens,
New York Times

Livin' Bernie Sanders's Danish Dream[12/02/2016]
David Brooks,
New York Times

The Meaning of New Hampshire[11/02/2016]
Charles Simic,
New York Review of Books

Yes, America is being changed – but by whom?[11/02/2016]
Fareed Zakaria,
Washington Post

The GOP Created Donald Trump[11/02/2016]
Nicholas Kristof,
New York Times

Chris Christie and the Bridges He Burned[11/02/2016]
Matt Katz,
New York Times

After New Hampshire, both parties now have their outside and inside candidates[10/02/2016]
Elaine Kamarck,
Brookings

Did independent voters decide the New Hampshire primary? [10/02/2016]
Yanna Krupnikov,
The Conversation

Why I'd vote for Trump, but you shouldn't[10/02/2016]
Marwan Bishara,
Al Jazeera

Can Rubio leave New Hampshire behind?[10/02/2016]
Robert Samuelson,
Newsweek

Jeb Bush, Not Dead Yet[10/02/2016]
Dana Milbank,
Washington Post

Sanders now a threat[10/02/2016]
A.B. Stoddard,
The Hill

Can Rubio leave New Hampshire behind?[10/02/2016]
Francine Kiefer,
Christian Science Monitor

Why is New Hampshire the first primary in the nation? [05/02/2016]
Elaine Kamarck,
Brookings

Why I will vote for Bernie Sanders[01/02/2016]
Hamid Dabashi,
Al Jazeera

The Economy Trumps Everything[04/02/2016]
Daniel Henninger,
Wall Street Journal

Why Dems Can't Decide Between Sanders & Clinton[04/02/2016]
E.J. Dionne,
Washington Post

The Great GOP Realignment[04/02/2016]
Joshua Green,
Bloomberg

The Plausibility of Ted Cruz[04/02/2016]
Ross Douthat,
New York Times

Feminists Melt Down Over Unlikable Hillary[04/02/2016]
Heather Wilhelm,
RealClearPolitics

¿Sorpresas en Iowa?[03/02/2016]
Carlota García Encina,
Elcano

Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio Made History. Didn't You Hear?
[03/02/2016]
Roberto Suro,
New York Times

White America's 'Broken Heart'[03/02/2016]
Charles M. Blow,
New York Times

What we can and can't learn from the Iowa caucuses[03/02/2016]
Richard Lempert,
Brookings

2 Questions for Bernie Sanders[03/02/2016]
Nicholas Kristof,
New York Times

Who Won In Iowa, Besides the Winner[02/02/2016]
Andrew McGill,
The Atlantic

Donald Trump Isn't Real[02/02/2016]
David Brooks,
New York Times

The fractures in America’s political landscape have been exposed[02/02/2016]
Gary Younge,
The Guardian

Why Trump Lost Iowa[02/02/2016]
John McCormack,
The Weekly Standard

After Iowa, Both Parties Facing Hostile Takeovers[02/02/2016]
David Corn,
Mother Jones

How Both Parties Lost the White Middle Class[02/02/2016]
R.R. Reno,
New York Times

Cruz Wins Iowa, But He Won't Be the GOP Nominee[02/02/2016]
Charles Hurt,
Washington Times

How Ted Cruz Engineered His Iowa Triumph[02/02/2016]
Sasha Issenberg,
Bloomberg

The Rubio Comeback[02/02/2016]
Alexis Levinson,
National Review

How Hillary Survives the Iowa Disaster[02/02/2016]
Michael Tomasky,
The Daily Beast

Hillary Clinton's Incredibly Lucky Night[02/02/2016]
Russell Berman,
The Atlantic

After Iowa, Hillary should take advice from the "West Wing" and skip New Hampshire[02/02/2016]
John J. Hudak,
Brookings

Sorry, Bernie: A Tie in Iowa Is Still a Win for Hillary[02/02/2016]
Peter Weber,
The Week

The Republican Establishment Is Still on the Ropes[02/02/2016]
Brian Beutler,
The New Republic

How the United States Stacks Up[01/02/2016]
Edward Alden and Rebecca Strauss,
Foreign Affairs

Paulo Rubio and Ronald Trump: How the World Sees the Iowa Caucuses[01/02/2016]
Benjamin Soloway,
Foreign Policy

We asked 6 political scientists who is more electable: Trump or Cruz? [01/02/2016]
Jeff Stein,
VOX

Bernie's Revolution vs. Hillary's Getting Things Done[01/02/2016]
Bryce Covert,
New York Times

Iowa forecasts point tentatively to Trump and Clinton victories[01/02/2016]
John Sides,
Washington Post

The New Republican Fault Line
[01/02/2016]
Ronald Brownstein,
The Atlantic

A Failed Theory or a Failed Republican Party?[01/02/2016]
Seth Masket,
Pacific Standard

Hillary Clinton May Win Iowa After All[01/02/2016]
Nate Silver,
FiveThirtyEight

Is "party establishment" a useful concept? [01/02/2016]
Julia Azari,
VOX

Can Trump win over the supporters of his Republican opponents? New research says: maybe not.[01/02/2016]
Sean Westwood and Joseph Bafumi,
Washington Post

So when will realists endorse Donald Trump? [01/02/2016]
Daniel W. Drezner,
Washington Post

The 2016 Election: Jews and Their Politics[01/02/2016]
Steven Windmueller,
JCPA

Sanders' Revolution vs. Clinton's Getting Things Done[01/02/2016]
Bryce Covert,
New York Times

Ted Cruz has an under-appreciated strength in Iowa[31/01/2016]
Boris Shor, Will Cubbison, Josh Putnam and Craig Goodman,
Washington Post

Trump and the Obama Power Temptation[31/01/2016]
Kimberley Strassel,
Wall Street Journal

Clinton Defends System Everyone Else Is Trashing[31/01/2016]
Howard Fineman,
Huffington Post

Trump, Sanders and the Revolt Against Decadence[31/01/2016]
Ross Douthat,
New York Times

Dear Americans, What Are You Thinking? [31/01/2016]
Alex Massie,
Politics Magazine

The Rise of Trump, the Downfall of the "Experts"[31/01/2016]
Charles Hurt,
Washington Times

The Clinton System[30/01/2016]
Simon Head,
New York Review of Books

Clinton's Email Defense Hits Major Bump in the Road[30/01/2016]
Chris Cillizza,
Washington Post

Here's the Beauty of Trump[30/01/2016]
Maureen Dowd,
New York Times

Trump and Cruz Battle for Evangelical Hearts[29/01/2016]
Laura Premack,
Boston Review

Why party bosses can’t contain Trump[29/01/2016]
H. W. Brands,
Washington Post

'How Stupid Is Iowa?'[29/01/2016]
Timothy Egan,
New York Times

Trump's inexplicable support among evangelical voters may be decisive in Iowa[29/01/2016]
William A. Galston,
Brookings

G.O.P. Debate Stars the Ghost of Donald Trump[29/01/2016]
Frank Bruni,
New York Times

How the GOP’s dishonesty led to the rise of Donald Trump and Ted Cruz[28/01/2016]
Fareed Zakaria,
Washington Post

What Voters Want[26/01/2016]
Emma Roller,
New York Times

Stay Sane America, Please![26/01/2016]
David Brooks,
New York Times

Why is the presidential nominating system such a mess? [25/01/2016]
Elaine Kamarck,
Brookings

The Republican Party May Be Failing[25/01/2016]
Nate Silver,
FiveThirtyEight

Hillary Clinton Stumbles[25/01/2016]
Charles M. Blow,
New York Times

Iowa and New Hampshire: Where winners lose, and losers win[25/01/2016]
Elaine C. Kamarck,
Washington Post

The Obama Theory of Trump[25/01/2016]
David Axelrod,
New York Times

'Hillary, can you excite us?': the trouble with Clinton and young women[24/01/2016]
Jill Abramson,
The Guardian

Trump’s 19th Century Foreign Policy[20/01/2016]
Thomas Wright,
Politico

Is a New Republican Foreign Policy Emerging? [14/01/2016]
Max Boot,
Commentary Magazine

Le programme économique des Républicains, quelles idées pour 2016?
[12/01/2016]
Marie-Cécile Naves,
IFRI

The eight causes of Trumpism[01/01/2016]
Norman J. Ornstein,
The Atlantic

The Year The United States Elects Its First Woman President[December 31 de 2015]
David Rothkopf,
Foreign Policy

The GOP Plan to Bring Back a Unipolar World[December 30 2015]
Richard Sokolsky, Gordon Adams,
Foreign Policy

Bernie Sanders: The Quiet Revolt
[December 23]
Simon Head,
New York Review of Books

Trump[25 de Setembro de 2015]
Michael Tomasky,
New York Review of Books

Hillary[Setembro de 2014]
Joseph Lelyveld,
New York Review of Books


Editoriais

Traces [01/11/2016]
Libération

The Next President and the Middle East [29/10/2016]
Washington Post

It’s time to automate voter registration [23/10/2016]
Washington Post

Are Russians Hacking Our Election? A Probe Is Needed [20/10/2016]
Boston Globe

Your Questions for the Candidates, (Half) Answered [19/10/2016]
New York Times

Trump’s attempt to delegitimize the election [18/10/2016]
Boston Globe

Don’t Vote for Trump[11/2016]
The Atlantic

Mr. Trump Goes Low[10/10/2016]
New York Times

Hillary Clinton for President of the United States[09/10/2016]
Foreign Policy

Trump is 'unfit for the presidency'[30/09/2016]
USA Today

Hillary Clinton’s Everywoman Moment[28/09/2016]
The New York Times

Clinton resurge, Trump sobrevive[28/09/2016]
La Vanguardia

America’s dystopian presidential debate[27/09/2016]
Financial Times

Clinton the Only Choice to Move America Ahead[27/09/2016]
Arizona Republic

Round One a Draw--and That's Bad News for Hillary Clinton[27/09/2016]
New York Post

Trump Takes Clinton's Bait in the First Debate[27/09/2016]
Los Angeles Times

An Ugly Campaign, Condensed Into One Debate[27/09/2016]
The New York Times

Indecision Time: Undcided Voters Will Pick the Next President[26/09/2016]
The Economist

Why Donald Trump Should Not Be President[26/09/2016]
New York Times

Facts at a Premium in First Debate[26/09/2016]
Boston Herald

Donald Trump Is Unfit to be President[26/09/2016]
Washington Post

Hillary Clinton for President[25/09/2016]
New York Times

It Has to Be Hillary Clinton[24/09/2016]
Cincinnati Enquirer

Clinton Would Be a Pragmatic President, Trump a Catastrophe[23/09/2016]
Los Angeles Times

Hillary needs a slogan to sum up what she stands for[22/09/2016]
The Guardian

The Success of the Voter Fraud Myth[20/09/2016]
New York Times

Trump Needs to Articulate His Foreign Policy[19/09/2016]
National Interest

Donald Trump's Latest Birther Lie[16/09/2016]
New York Times

When foreign leaders praise US bipartisanship[15/09/2016]
C. S. Monitor

Full Disclosure on Candidates' Health[13/09/2016]
New York Times

Voter Suppression in North Carolina[07/09/2016]
New York Times

Trump's Brazen Immigration Flip-Flops[30/08/2016]
Washington Post

Don't Fall for Trump's Pivot on Immigration[22/08/2016]
Washington Post


How Can America Recover From Donald Trump?[21/08/2016]
New York Times


Why We Support Hillary Clinton for President[18/08/2016]
Wired


Mr. Trump’s Foreign Policy Confusions[16/08/2016]
New York Times


Hillary Clinton's Plan for a Fair Economy[12/08/2016]
New York Times


An Even Stranger Donald Trump[11/08/2016]
New York Times


Mr. Trump's Losing Economic Game Plan[09/08/2016]
New York Times


Donald Trump: The Candidate of the Apocalypse[22/07/2016]
Washington Post

Donald Trump dans sa radicalité[22/07/2016]
Le Monde

Trump Faced His Biggest Challenge Yet--and He Nailed It[22/07/2016]
New York Post

The Most Extreme Republican Platform in Memory[19/07/2016]
New York Times

Donald Trump and Mike Pence: The Political Reality Show[15/07/2016]
New York Times

How Donald Trump Tends His Media Blacklist [June 15]
New York Times

Politics: ceiling unlimited [June 8]
CS Monitor

Bye-Bye, Bernie [June 7]
Bloomberg

Big Money Rearranges Its Election Bets [June 4]
New York Times

After Conventions, a Debt to Donors [11/05/2016]
The New York Times

Donald Trump’s victory is a disaster for America [05/05/2016]
The Economist

The unconventional 2016 presidential race [04/05/2016]
CS Monitor

John Kasich Exits an Ugly Campaign Season [04/05/2016]
New York Times

Bernie Sanders's Gift to His Party [02/05/2016]
New York Times

Top Trump [03/04/20160]
The Economist

Foreign Policy by Donald Trump [02/04/20168]
Miami Herald

Trump's unreal foreign policy: Our view [27/04/2016]
USA Today

Where Trump, Clinton overlap on Syria [27/04/2016]
CS Monitor

Donald Trump's Strange World View [27/04/2016]
New York Times

Donald Trump’s Success Carries Lessons for Democrats, Too [26/04/2016]
New York Times

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump gain ground in presidential election primaries in New York: Home ground an advantage for both [21/04/2016]
Irish Times

Hillary must move back to the centre [21/04/2016]
Gulf News

Cardinal Bernie [April 7]
Wall Street Journal

Mr. Trump's Dangerous Babble on Foreign Policy [29/03/2016]
New York Times

Who Has the Candidate’s Ear? [26/03/2016]
New York Times

It's Time Hillary Clinton Suspended Her Campaign [25/03/2016]
Investor's Business Daily

The status quo must be broken [22/03/2016]
The National

States should abandon caucus system for primaries [14/03/2016]
Boston Globe

Charlie Baker takes the right stand on Trump [03/03/2016]
Boston Globe

A Sanders Foreign-Policy Doctrine? How About ‘No Wars for the Billionaire Class’? [23/02/2016]
Phyllis Bennis, The Nation

Fill In the Foreign Policy Blanks [11/03/2016]
New York Times

What’s age got to do with running for president? [11/03/2016]
CS Monitor

A Lesson in Hillary Clinton's Loss in Michigan [10/03/2016]
New York Times

Trying to Read Donald Trump, in Translation [09/03/2016]
New York Times

Parar a Trump [03/03/2016]
El País

The long slide from hope to rage [03/03/2016]
The Guardian

Big-Donor Money Has Not Worked in the 2016 Campaign. Yet.[01/03/2016]
New York Times

Hillary Clinton Wins Big in South Carolina[28/02/2016]
The Economist

Dems' Super-Delegate Process Slams Sanders[27/02/2016]
Las Vegas Review-Journal

Massachusetts voters must stop Donald Trump[22/02/2016]
Boston Globe

Democrats or Republicans; which party is better for Iran? [18/02/2016]
The Iran Project

The stakes in South Carolina[17/02/2016]
The Washington Times

Reclaim civility for the 2016 elections[15/02/2016]
Christian Science Monitor

Sanders' boost for Clinton; immigration fears; Trump in Africa; France's right wing; Syria peace talks[13/02/2016]
Christian Science Monitor

The New Hampshire Primaries Were a Bipartisan Revolt[11/02/2016]
New York Post

Divided GOP Lets the Bully Win[10/02/2016]
New Hampshire Union Leader

Winnowing Out in New Hampshire[09/02/2016]
New York Times

The Voters Need Answers About Clinton's Emails[07/02/2016]
Washington Post

The Republicans in New Hampshire, Angry and Afraid[07/02/2016]
New York Times

Iowa begins battles with the extremes of both parties[05/02/2016]
Washington Post

Cruz Does America a Favor by Beating Trump in Iowa[02/02/2016]
Los Angeles Times

Tarnished Clinton Stumbles in Iowa[02/02/2016]
Washington Examiner

Making Choices in Iowa[02/02/2016]
New York Times

The Cornfield Crucible[01/02/2016]
New York Times

Hillary Clinton for the Democratic Nomination[30/01/2016]
New York Times


Notícias
Présidentielle américaine, J-6 : l’écart entre les deux candidats se réduit [02/11/2016]

Le Monde


Trump: Clinton's foreign policy plan would start WW3 [26/10/2016]

BBC


Trump stops holding high-dollar fundraisers that were raising big cash for the GOP [25/10/2016]

Matea Gold, Washington Post


Iran's Rouhani breaks his silence on US presidential race [24/10/2016]

Rohollah Faghihi, Al-Monitor


“You’re the puppet”: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump spar about who’s the Russian stooge [20/10/2016]

Quartz


U.S. Presidential Candidates on China [20/10/2016]

China File


Trump's wall on the border: Will it work? [19/10/2016]
Warren Richey, CS Monitor


Final presidential debate: Fast facts, how to watch, what to expect [19/10/2016]

Scott T. Smith, UPI


Hillary Clinton Eyes a Traditional Republican Bloc: White Catholics [19/10/2016]

Jason Horowitz, New York Times


McCain says GOP will block any Clinton court nominee. Can they do that? [18/10/2016]

Amanda Hoover, CS Monitor


What This 2012 Map Tells Us About America, and the 2016 Election [19/10/2016]

Nate Cohn and Toni Monkovic, New York Times

Why do people dislike Hillary Clinton? The story goes far back [18/10/2016]
Megan Carpentier, The Guardian

Trump to propose five-year lobbying ban on ex-executive branch officials [17/10/2016]
Reuters

1.5 million Americans have already voted: What can early ballots reveal? [17/10/2016]
Amanda Hoover, CS Monitor

Trump to propose five-year lobbying ban on ex-executive branch officials [17/10/2016]
Reuters

Présidentielle américaine, J – 22 : les dissensions se multiplient au sein du Parti républicain[17/10/2016]
Le Monde

D’importants donateurs du parti républicain lâchent Donald Trump[17/10/2016]
Le Monde

Obama calls Republicans 'swamp of crazy'[14/10/2016]
Amy R. Connolly, UPI

On the issues: Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump differ on what's 'fair' in tax plans[13/10/2016]
Eric DuVall, UPI

UPI/CVoter poll: Hillary Clinton gains as Donald Trump continues to slide[11/10/2016]
Eric DuVall, UPI

Early Voting Could Hand Election to Hillary Clinton Well Before Nov. 8[11/10/2016]
Jeremy W. Peters, New York Times

Trump Shrugs Off Scandal, Backs Russia, and Throws Pence Under the Bus[10/10/2016]
Molly O’Toole & Elias Groll, Foreign Policy

Beneath the Clinton-Trump mud fight, some important value (+video)[10/10/2016]
Linda Feldmann, CS Monitor

The Nastiest Presidential Debate of All Time[10/10/2016]
John Cassidy, New Yorker

In Second Debate, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Spar in Bitter, Personal Terms[10/10/2016]
Patrick Healy and Jonathan Martin, New York Times

Kasich: I told you so[08/10/2016]
Eli Stokols, Politico

Forget Brussels, Brexit’s Toughest Battleground Is the WTO[08/10/2016]
Alberto Mucci, Simon Marks & Christian Oliver, Politico

From Mondale to Palin, the Hits From Past Vice-Presidential Debates[04/10/2016]
Alan Rappeport, New York Times

How Donald Trump Set Off a Civil War Within the Right-Wing Media[02/10/2016]
Robert Draper, New York Times

The Times has obtained Donald Trump's 1995 tax records. They suggest he could have paid no federal income tax for 18 years.[1/10/2016]
New York Times

How Donald Trump Set Off a Civil War Within the Right-Wing Media[30/09/2016]
Robert Draper, New York Times

Hillary Clinton Struggles to Win Back Young Voters From Third Parties[29/09/2016]
Jeremy W. Peters and Yamiche Alcindor, New York Times

New Debate Strategy for Donald Trump: Practice, Practice, Practice[29/09/2016]
Patrick Healy, Ashley Parker And Maggie Haberman, The New York Times

Democrats Eye Hillary Clinton’s Confidence After Debate With Caution[28/09/2016]
Amy Chozick, The New York Times

The Morning After the Debate, Donald Trump Goes on the Attack[28/09/2016]
Alexander Burns and Nick Corasaniti, The New York Times

Presidential debate: Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump trade barbs over economy, birther movement[27/09/2016]
Eric DuVall, UPI

The roots of Donald Trump’s anti-intellectualism[27/09/2016]
Peter Grier, CS Monitor

Hillary Is Acting Like a Winner[27/09/2016]
David Graham, The Atlantic

‘The Best American Debate Since World War II’: How the World Saw Clinton and Trump[27/09/2016]
Siobhán O'Grady, Kavitha Surana, Foreign Policy

Hillary Clinton shows strength over Trump in one of history's weirdest, wildest debates[27/09/2016]
David Smith, The Guardian

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Press Pointed Attacks in Debate[26/09/2016]
Patrick Healy And Jonathan Martin, The New York Times

Our Fact Checks of the First Debate[26/09/2016]
The New York Times

Live Fact Check: Trump And Clinton Debate For The First Time[26/09/2016]
NPR

Donald Trump's Crime Policies Might Hit Minorities Harder, Experts Say[23/09/2016]
Alexander Burns and Farah Stockman, New York Times

Clinton vs. Trump on Key Middle East Issues: Prepping for the Debate[22/09/2016]
Aryeh Mellman, Washington Institute

Preparing for the Unexpected: Analyzing Clinton’s and Trump’s Debate Strategies[22/09/2016]
Patrick Healy, Amy Chozick and Maggie Haberman, New York Times

UPI/CVoter poll: Hillary Clinton reclaims slight lead over Donald Trump[20/09/2016]
Eric DuVall, UPI

New York bombing: Could blasts affect race for White House?[20/09/2016]
Anthony Zurcher, BBC

George H.W. Bush is Voting for Hillary Clinton, Kennedy Niece Confirms[20/09/2016]
Lucy Clarke-Billings, Newsweek

Donald Trump's 'Blind Trust' Plan Makes No Sense[20/09/2016]
Kurt Eichenwald, Newsweek

After Bombings, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Clash Over Terrorism[19/09/2016]
Alexander Burns And Nicholas Confessore, New York Times

Voters on both sides increasingly see a Trump win as a possibility — and that may get more people to vote
[19/09/2016]
David Lauter, L.A. Times

Why did the country's largest police union endorse Donald Trump? (+video)[18/09/2016]
Steven Porter, CS Monitor

Bernie Sanders: ‘This is not the time for a protest vote’[16/09/2016]
David Weigel, Washington Post

Can Bernie Sanders help Clinton win over Ohio Millennials?[16/09/2016]
Ellen Powell, CS Monitor

Las enfermedades de los presidentes de Estados Unidos[13/09/2016]
ABC

Where Donald and Hillary Were on 9/11[09/09/2016]
Meghan Keneally & Liz Kreutz, ABC News

Forum Offers Preview of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Presidential Debate[07/09/2016]
Patrick Healy, New York Times

Hillary Fails to Offer a Foreign-Policy Vision[07/09/2016]
Peter Beinart, The Atantic

Donald Trump Gambles on Immigration but Sends Conflicting Signals[31/08/2016]
Patrick Healy, New York Times

Why Hillary Clinton doesn’t want a GOP collapse[30/08/2016]
Linda Feldmann, CS Monitor

Donald Trump said he's going to Mexico to meet with President Enrique Peña Nieto, hours before a speech on immigration[30/08/2016]
New York Times

On the issues: Criminal justice reform has Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump debating race, policing[29/08/2016]
Eric DuVall, UPI

En difficulté, Trump tente de recentrer sa campagne[26/08/2016]
Philippe Gélie, Le Figaro

Donald Trump a-t-il déjà perdu?[26/08/2016]
Alexis Feertchack, H24

Emails reveal how foundation donors got access to Clinton and her close aides at State Dept.[22/08/2016]
Rosalind S. Helderman, Spencer S. Hsu and Tom Hamburger, Washington Post

Donald Trump, With Bare-Bones Campaign, Relies on G.O.P. for Vital Tasks[22/08/2016]
Nicholas Confessore and Rachel Shorey, New York Times

Trump hands his campaign to the 'alt-right' movement[19/08/2016]
Patrik Jonsson, CS Monitor

Donald Trump Catches Critics by Surprise With One Word: ‘Regret’[19/08/2016]
Maggie Haberman, The New York Times

Might deep red Georgia really go for Clinton?[17/08/2016]
Patrik Jonsson, CS Monitor

New Chief of Clinton’s Transition Team Is a Strong Backer of TPP and Free Trade[17/08/2016]
David Francis, Foreign Policy

Political Science Prof: Trump Has 87% Chance of Winning the Election[17/08/2016]
Paul Joseph Watson, InfoWars

Donald Trump's Terrorism Plan Mixes Cold War Concepts and Limits on Immigrants[16/08/2016]
David E. Sanger and Maggie Haberman, New York Times

Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden to Campaign in Scranton[16/08/2016]
NBC

The State of the Clinton-Trump Race: Is It Over?[16/08/2016]
Nate Cohn, New York Times

Donald Trump and the $12.7 million Ukraine connection[15/08/2016]
J Walker Glascock, CS Monitor

Trump's speech on ISIS: Restrained, but unrelenting (+video)[15/08/2016]
Peter Grier, CS Monitor

Is Donald Trump Losing His Nerve?[12/08/2016]
Jack Moore, Newsweek

Kass: Trump Will Withdraw, He Doesn't Like to Lose[11/08/2016]
Bloomberg

Hack of Democrats’ Accounts Was Wider Than Believed, Officials Say[11/08/2016]
Eric Lichtblau And Eric Schmitt, New York Times

What is Trumponomics, and how would it affect Israel?[11/08/2016]
Shlomo Maital, Jerusalem Post

Donald Trump: 'Second Amendment' gun advocates could deal with Hillary Clinton[10/08/2016]
Jeremy Diamond and Stephen Collinson, CNN

One Ally Remains Firmly Behind Donald Trump: The N.R.A.[10/08/2016]
Nick Corasaniti and Alexander Burns, New York Times

Donald Trump Adopts G.O.P. Tax Cuts, but Balks at Trade Pacts[09/08/2016]
Neil Irwin and Alan Rappeport, New York Times

50 G.O.P. Officials Warn Donald Trump Would Put Nation's Security 'at Risk'[08/08/2016]
David E. Sanger and Maggie Haberman, New York Times

Hillary Clinton Begins a Two-Day Swing in Florida[08/08/2016]
Matt Flegenheimer, New York Times

Donald Trump endorses Paul Ryan, John McCain[08/08/2016]
Cristiano Lima and Tyler Pager, Politico

Clinton widens lead over Trump to eight points[08/08/2016]
Daily Star

Hillary Clinton Warns of 'Moment of Reckoning' in Speech Accepting Nomination[29/07/2016]
Patrick Healy and Amy Chozick, New York Times

Daughters carry the flag for White House rivals[29/07/2016]
Courtney Weaver and Barney Jopson, Financial Times

Hillary Clinton likely to pick Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine for VP[22/07/2016]
Shawn Price and Eric DuVall, UPI

Poll: Republican voters see Big Oil as big deal[22/07/2016]
Daniel J. Graeber, UPI

In Cleveland, Republicans' "Come to Trump Moment"[22/07/2016]
Byron York, Washington Examiner

In Rousing Speech, Pence Proves Both Kind & Ruthless[21/07/2016]
Kyle Smith, New York Post

Ted Cruz Tried to Steal Donald Trump's Show. Chaos Erupted.[21/07/2016]
Patrick Healy and Jonathan Martin, New York Times

Kasich Attacks Trump for Rejecting Failed GOP Foreign Policy[20/07/2016]
Jacob Heilbrunn, National Interest

Donald Trump Sets Conditions for Defending NATO Allies Against Attack[20/07/2016]
David E. Sanger and Maggie Haberman, New York Times

Mike Pence’s Record on Education Is One of Turmoil and Mixed Results[20/07/2016]
Kate Zernike, New York Times

Donald Trump Claims Nomination, With Discord Clear but Family Cheering[20/07/2016]
Alexander Burns and Jonathan Martin, New York Times

Présidentielle américaine, J-140 : le Parti républicain toujours sous tension [20/06/2016]
Le Monde

Poll: Democrats more optimistic about their candidate for president [20/06/2016]
Andrew V. Pestano, UPI

Donald Trump’s June Stumbles Mirror Those of Mitt Romney [20/06/2016]
Maggie Haberman, New York Times

Sorry, Trump: The Delegates Actually Do Have the Authority to Dump You [19/06/2016]
Linda Qiu and Lauren Carroll, Daily Beast

It's Donald Trump's Convention. But the Inspiration? Nixon.[19/06/2016]
Michael Barbaro and Alexander Burns, New York Times

Rancor Reigns as Bitterly Divided Republicans Begin Their Convention[19/06/2016]
Jonathan Martin and Patrick Healy, New York Times

What some Republicans are saying about race and criminal justice reform[18/06/2016]
Nicole Orttung, CS Monitor

Why Clinton now promises to introduce an anti-Citizens United amendment[17/06/2016]
Aidan Quigley, New York Times

Trump Wants War Declared on ISIS and 'Extreme Vetting' of Immigrants[16/06/2016]
Patrick Healy and Helene Cooper, New York Times

Trump Is His Party’s Cross to Bear [15/06/2016]
Jamelle Bouie, Slate

Sanders May Have Lost the Primary, But He’s Already Won Key Concessions on Foreign Policy [15/06/2016]
Molly O’toole, Foreign Policy

Trump and N.R.A. Leaders to Discuss Preventing Gun Sales to People on Terror Watch Lists [15/06/2016]
Ashley Parker and David M. Herszenhorn, New York Times

Trump shuts out The Washington Post: How did we get here? [14/06/2016]
Gretel Kauffman, CS Monitor

Bernie Sanders To Meet Hillary Clinton, ‘Press Her To Embrace His Progressive Agenda’ [14/06/2016]
Seerat Chabba, International Business Times

Does Terrorism Help Donald Trump? [13/06/2016]
Jamelle Bouie, Slate

Donald Trump Seizes on Orlando Shooting and Repeats Call for Temporary Ban on Muslim Migration [12/06/2016]
Jonathan Martin, New York Times

Most Democrats Say Continued Campaign Not Hurting the Party [20/05/2016]
Justin McCarthy, Gallup

Donald Trump says he’s open to direct talks with Kim Jong Un, By Chad O'Carroll [18/05/2016]
NK News

Bernie Sanders Wins Oregon; Hillary Clinton Declares Victory in Kentucky [18/05/2016]
Thomas Kaplan, New York Times

Présidentielle américaine, J-174 : les démocrates divisés entre écologistes et syndicalistes [17/05/2016]
Le Monde

Election 2016: As Hillary Clinton Looks To November And Donald Trump, Rift Widens Among Her Labor Allies [17/05/2016]
Ned Resnikoff, International Business Times

How Trump has made this election about women voters [17/05/2016]
Harry Bruinius, CS Monitor

Donald Trump Borrows From the Sanders Playbook to Woo Democrats [16/05/2016]
Ashley Parker and Jonathan Martin, New York Times

Trump's Foreign Policy Pugnacity Triggers Range of Reactions From U.S. Rivals [16/05/2016]
Guy Taylor, The Washington Times

Social Conservatives, However Reluctant, Are Warming to the Idea of Trump [15/05/2016]
Jeremy W. Peters, New York Times

Bill Clinton’s White House Job Would Be ‘Revitalizing The Economy,’ Hillary Clinton Says [15/05/2016]
Abigail Abrams, International Business Times

For some Republicans, Trump presents moral dilemma [12/05/2016]
Francine Kiefer, CS Monitor

Bernie Sanders Wins West Virginia, Prolonging Race With Hillary Clinton [11/05/2016]
Trip Gabriel, The New York Times

Why West Virginia is making Democrats nervous (+video) [11/05/2016]
Francine Kiefer, CS Monitor

Republican Infighting Puts Party Elders Back in Demand [09/05/2016]
Alexander Burns, The New York Times

Donald Trump's Warning to Paul Ryan Signals Further G.O.P. Discord [08/05/2016]
Jeremy W. Peters, The New York Times

Speaker Paul D. Ryan, the nation’s highest-ranking elected Republican, said he was “not ready” to endorse Donald J. Trump [06/05/2016]
New York Times

Clinton does not back Obama trade vote in post-election congressional session [05/05/2016]
Washington Post

Trump 'open' to raising federal minimum wage in GOP agenda break [05/05/2016]
Andrew V. Pestano, UPI

Is the Republican establishment now a third party?
Peter Grier, CS Monitor

Can Donald Trump Unify the Republican Party? [05/05/2016]
Newsweek

Hillary Clinton Widens Lead Over Donald Trump in Poll [05/05/2016]
Gerry Mullany, New York Times

Donald Trump Reaches Out, Quietly, to Republican Establishment [05/05/2016]
Ashley Parker And Maggie Haberman, New York Times

‘President Trump?’ Here’s How He Says It Would Look [05/05/2016]
Patrick Healy, New York Times

Donald Trump’s Victory Has Some in G.O.P. Agonizing — or Bolting [05/05/2016]
Michael Barbaro, New York Times

The Electoral Map Looks Challenging for Trump [05/05/2016]
Wilson Andrews, Josh Katz and Alicia Parlapiano, New York Times

Kasich, the Last National Security Veteran in the GOP Race, Drops Out [04/05/2016]
Molly O’Toole, Foreign Policy

Kasich bows out. Did he do 'the right thing?' [04/05/2016]
Peter Grier, CS Monitor

Russian opposition activist: Trump is Putin’s ‘best hope’ [04/05/2016]
Bryan Bender, Politico

How Donald Trump Crushed The Republican Establishment [04/05/2016]
Matthew Cooper, Newsweek

Ted Cruz drops out of presidential race [03/05/2016]
Katie Glueck and Shane Goldmacher, Politico

Donald Trump's Foes Fear Indiana Primary Could Be Decisive Blow [03/05/2016]
Alexander Burns, New York Times

Eyeing an Indiana victory, Trump says, 'It's over' [02/05/2016]
Steve Holland and Valerie Volcovici, Reuters

Bernie Sanders says superdelegates are unfair. True? [02/05/2016]
Peter Grier, CS Monitor

Experts Warn of Backlash in Donald Trump’s China Trade Policies [02/05/2016]
Binyamin Appelbaum, New York Times

Ted Cruz's Support Softens Among the Delegates He Courted [02/05/2016]
Jeremy W. Peters, New York Times

Ted Cruz Stays Positive Despite Grim Numbers in Indiana [02/05/2016]
Matt Flegenheimer and Thomas Kaplan, New York Times

California Prepares for Long-Denied Star Turn in Presidential Race [02/05/2016]
Adam Nagourney and Jonathan Martin, New York Times

Voters' dilemma: What happens if it's Hillary vs. Trump? [03/04/20160]
Gail Russell Chaddock, CS Monitor

Zakaria: Donald Trump's 'Incoherent' Speech [02/04/20168]
CNN

Trump’s Foreign Policy Fails to Address Realities, Says Diplomat [02/04/20168]
Anton Troianovski, The Wall Street Journal

How Sanders is actually winning [02/04/20168]
Niall Stanage, The Hill

Why Famously Liberal Hollywood Loves Hillary Clinton More Than Bernie Sanders [02/04/20168]
Newsweek

Donald Trump Beat Expectations Everywhere, Suggesting a Broad Shift [02/04/20168]
Nate Cohn, New York Times

After Losses, Ted Cruz Picks Carly Fiorina as Running Mate and Bernie Sanders Retrenches [02/04/20168]
Alexander Burns and Yamiche Alcindor, New York Times

Why Bernie Sanders's Rhode Island win is more than a tiny victory [27/04/2016]
Story Hinckley, CS Monitor

How Bernie Sanders Pushed Hillary Clinton To The Left On Economic Policy [27/04/2016]
Abigail Abrams, International Business Times

Trump on foreign policy: Iran deal allowed it to become a 'great power' at Israel's expense [27/04/2016]
Herb Keinon, Jerusalem Post

Trump fails to impress foreign-policy experts [27/04/2016]
Michael Crowley, Politico

Senate Foreign Relations chair gushes over Trump speech [27/04/2016]
Hanna Trudo, Politico

Read Donald Trump’s ‘America First’ Foreign Policy Speech [26/04/2016]
Ryan Teague Beckwith, Time Magazine

Donald Trump Sweeps 5 States; Hillary Clinton Takes 4 [26/04/2016]
Patrick Healy and Jonathan Martin, New York Times

Top Advisor Says Sanders Missed Opportunity on Foreign Policy [26/04/2016]
Molly O’Toole, Foreign Policy

Illinois GOP convention could bring in thousands, including Trump nemesis Todd Ricketts [26/04/2016]
Natasha Korecki, Politico

Hillary Clinton says half of her cabinet will be female [26/04/2016]
Story Hinckley, CS Monitor

Sanders caught in political trap [25/04/2016]
Gabriel Debenedetti, Politico

Primaires américaines : front anti-Trump chez les républicains [25/04/2016]
Cécile Bouanchaud, Le Monde

Convention Rules May Stop Donald Trump If Ted Cruz Continues Picking Up Delegates [25/04/2016]
Robert Baldwin III, The Huffington Post

Could Bernie Sanders be the Ralph Nader of 2016?
 [25/04/2016]
Story Hinckley, CS Monitor

Primaires américaines : petit à petit, les républicains se font à l’idée d’une candidature Trump [02/04/20162]
Le Monde

Bernie Sanders Has Trickier, Narrower Road in Democratic Race [21/04/2016]
Patrick Healy and Yamiche Alcindor, New York Times

Les clés du succès de Trump dans la primaire de l’Etat de New York [20/04/2016]
Le Monde

New York Primary Election Polls 2016: Hillary Clinton Maintains Comfortable Lead In New York, But Bernie Sanders Gains Nationally [19/04/2016]
Angelo Young, International Business Times

Top Trump aide lobbied for Pakistani spy front [18/04/2016]
Michael Isikoff, Yahoo News

Ted Cruz’s Conservatism: The Pendulum Swings Consistently Right [18/04/2016]
Matt Flegenheimer, New York Times

Primaires américaines : qui est Paul Manafort, le « chasseur de délégués » de Trump ? [14/04/2016]
Pierre Bouvier, Le Monde

GOP nomination process 101: Candidates’ remedial edition [14/04/2016]
Derek T. Muller , Reuters

Hillary Clinton’s Superdelegate Problem [13/04/2016]
Jim Newell, Slate

Bernie Sanders Wins Wisconsin Democratic Primary, Adding to Momentum [06/04/2016]
Amy Chozick,
New York Times

Ted Cruz Wins Wisconsin G.O.P. Primary, Pressuring Donald Trump [06/04/2016]
Jonathan Martin and Matt Flegenheimer,
New York Times

Reluctantly, Obama Embracing His Role as the Anti-Trump [06/04/2016]
Josh Lederman,
ABC News

Sanders: Positive US-Israel ties depend on Jewish State's relationship with Palestinians [06/04/2016]
Jerusalem Post

Trump reveals plan to finance Mexico border wall with threat to cut off funds [05/04/2016]
Scott Bixby and David Agren,
The Guardian

How Election Results Really Work [05/04/2016]
Wilson Andrews and Tom Giratikanon,
New York Times

Ted Cruz Is Fuming Because John Kasich Won’t Bow Out [05/04/2016]
Matt Flegenheimer And Jonathan Martin,
New York Times

Bernie Sanders Makes Progress Courting Nevada’s Delegates [04/04/2016]
Alan Rappeport,
New York Times

Trump’s Troubles and Democratic Sparring Precede Wisconsin Vote [04/04/2016]
Maggie Haberman,
New York Times

Who are the women backing Donald Trump? [02/04/2016]
Naomi Schaefer Riley,
New York Post

G.O.P. Fears Donald Trump as Zombie Candidate: Damaged but Unstoppable [01/04/2016]
Alexander Burns,
New York Times

Signs of Wisconsin Backlash Against Donald Trump, Who Trails in Poll [01/04/2016]
Trip Gabriel,
New York Times

Donald Trump, Abortion Foe, Eyes ‘Punishment’ for Women, Then Recants [31/03/2016]
Matt Flegenheimer and Maggie Haberman,
New York Times

Trump's remarks about Asia cause bewilderment unease in Japan [31/03/2016]
Asia Times

How the G.O.P. Elite Lost Its Voters to Donald Trump [28/03/2016]
Nicholas Confessore,
New York Times

Kasich hits Trump, Cruz on Muslim rhetoric
 [28/03/2016]
Jesse Byrnes,
The Hill

Bernie Sanders Challenges Hillary Clinton to Debate in New York [28/03/2016]
Patrick Healy,
New York Times

Ted Cruz Names Friends, but Silence From G.O.P. Brass Deafens [27/03/2016]
Jonathan Martin and Matt Flegenheimer,
New York Times

Sanders wins reveal how this election is changing American politics [27/03/2016]
Mark Sappenfiel,
CS Monitor

Bernie Sanders wins three caucuses on the way to a New York showdown [27/03/2016]
Quartz

Why Republicans now want GOP to unite behind Trump [23/03/2016]
Husna Haq,
CS Monitor

After Brussels, Trump's 'strength' resonates with GOP voters [23/03/2016]
Linda Feldmann,
CS Monitor

Jeb Bush backs Ted Cruz: what that says about GOP establishment
 [23/03/2016]
Peter Grier,
CS Monitor

Primary results: Front-runners score key Western victories [23/03/2016]
Stephen Collinson,
CNN

Clinton Tries to Stake Out New Turf on Energy Policy [23/03/2016]
Keith Johnson,
Foreign Policy

Calls increase for Bernie Sanders to wind down his campaign [23/03/2016]
Eric DuVall,
UPI

Clinton and Trump Win Arizona; Cruz Picks Up Utah; Sanders Takes 2 [22/03/2016]
Jonathan Martin,
New York Times

Marco Rubio has withdrawn from the Republican race after a big loss in his home state of Florida [15/03/2016]
New York Times

Democrats Target Trump U. in Digital Ads Aimed at 15/03/2016 Voters [14/03/2016]
New York Times

Tuesday Election Live Updates 2016: Results From Florida, Ohio, Illinois, Missouri And North Carolina [14/03/2016]
Sarah Berger,
International Business Times

This year’s GOP presidential battle isn’t the first – or even the deepest – party divide [11/03/2016]
Drew Desilver,
Pew Research

12th Republican Debate: Analysis [11/03/2016]
New York Times

Transcript of Republican debate in Miami, full text [11/03/2016]
CNN

Who’s best for Hispanics? Clinton, Sanders debate [11/03/2016]
Daily Star

On Trade, Donald Trump Breaks With 200 Years of Economic Orthodoxy [10/03/2016]
Binyamin Appelbaum,
New York Times

North Carolina Exemplifies National Battles Over Voting Laws [10/03/2016]
Richard Fausset,
New York Times

Ben Carson plans to endorse Trump [10/03/2016]
Robert Costa,
Washington Post

Defending Islam Isn't Political Correctness, Marco Rubio Tells Donald Trump [10/03/2016]
Morgan Winsor,
International Business Times

US election 2016: Trump wins in Mississippi, Michigan and Hawaii [09/03/2016]
BBC

Sanders wins in America’s ‘Arab capital’ [09/03/2016]
Al Arabiya

Bernie Sanders Wins Michigan Primary; Donald Trump Takes 3 States [09/03/2016]
Patrick Healy and Jonathan Martin,
New York Times

Who Are Trump's Christians? [09/03/2016]
Ivan Plis,
National Interest

US election 2016: Has Donald Trump killed off Marco Rubio? [09/03/2016]
Anthony Zurcher,
BBC

Michael Bloomberg no buscará la presidencia de Estados Unidos [09/03/2016]
Silvia Ayuso,
El País

A Jackson, jour de vote et de petits calculs électoraux [09/03/2016]
Nicolas Bourcier,
Le Monde

Would contested GOP convention 'steal' nomination from Donald Trump? [08/03/2016]
Peter Grier,
CS Monitor

Has Donald Trump peaked? [08/03/2016]
Linda Feldmann,
CS Monitor

Rubio wins in Puerto Rico. Is that a big deal? [07/03/2016]
Molly Jackson,
CS Monitor

Transcript: The Democrats’ debate in Flint, annotated [06/03/2016]
Washington Post

Europe hates Trump. Does it matter?
 [04/03/2016]
Katty Kay,
BBC

Why Romney's words won't hurt Trump [03/03/2016]
John Feehery,
Christian Science Monitor

U.S. Foreign Policy Experts Round on Donald Trump [03/03/2016]
Demetri Sevastopulo and Geoff Dyer,
Financial Times

The G.O.P. broke into open warfare today over Donald Trump. Now, the candidates are about to debate [03/03/2016]
New York Times

American neocons declare war on Trump [03/03/2016]
Michael Crowley,
Politico

Cruz gana en casa pero no arrasa [02/03/2016]
Antonieta Cádiz,
El País

Ben Carson suggests he may withdraw from the Republican presidential race. He sees no “path forward.” [02/03/2016]
New York Times

Clinton abre la lucha por el voto de los seguidores del republicano [02/03/2016]
Yolanda Monge,
El País

Donald Trump Jr grants radio interview to prominent white supremacist [02/03/2016]
Ed Pilkington,
Guardian

Where the candidates stand in delegates after Super Tuesday [02/03/2016]
Andrew V.Pestano,
UPI

Could Tuesday be any more Super? A guide to who's voting and what's at stake[01/03/2016]
Cooper Allen and Paul Singer,
USA Today

Super Tuesday: Meet the Texans supporting Sanders[01/03/2016]
Creede Newton,
Al Jazeera

What Is Super Tuesday, Which States Vote And Why Does It Matter? A Guide To The GOP, Democratic Elections[01/03/2016]
Michael Kaplan,
International Business Times

Inside the Clintons' Plan to Defeat Donald Trump[01/03/2016]
Amy Chozick and Patrick Healy,
New York Times

What to Watch for on Super Tuesday[01/03/2016]
Jonathan Martin and Nate Cohn,
New York Times

Clinton And Trump Should've Reported Some Gifts To Their Charities As Personal Income, Tax Experts Say[29/02/2016]
Christina Wilkie,
The Huffington Post

Is Bernie Sanders Ignoring Black Voters? Vermont Senator Surrenders South Ahead Of Super Tuesday[29/02/2016]
Abigail Abrams,
International Business Times

Awaiting America's Political Earthquake[28/02/2016]
Salena Zito,
Real Clear Politics

Trump well-positioned to clean up on Super Tuesday while Cruz and Rubio vow to stand in his way[28/02/2016]
Adam Edelman,
New York Daily News

What a Donald Trump presidency might actually look like[28/02/2016]
David Lauter, Michael Finnegan and Noah Bierman,
Los Angeles Times

Clinton sets sights on Trump, general election after huge win in South Carolina[28/02/2016]
Reuters

Donald Trump stumbles on David Duke, KKK[28/02/2016]
CNN

Donald Trump Vows to Curb Press Freedom Through Harsher Libel Laws[27/02/2016]
Daniel Politi,
Slate

A Statistician With a Near-Perfect Election Formula Says Prepare for President Trump[27/02/2016]
Alyssa Pereira,
Esquire

Trump Doubles Down On His Rationale For Not Releasing Tax Returns[27/02/2016]
Paula Mejia,
Newsweek

Trump sees clearer path to nomination[25/02/2016]
Financial Times

Republican Race Puts Donald Trump and Paul Ryan on Collision Course[25/02/2016]
Jennifer Steinhauer,
New York Times

Exclusive: Bernie Sanders Begins Building Foreign Policy Team[24/02/2016]
John Hudson,
Foreign Policy

Rubio's Rocky Road Ahead[23/02/2016]
Caitlin Huey-Burns,
Real Clear Politics

Donald Trump Wins Nevada Caucuses, Collecting Third Straight Victory[23/02/2016]
Alexander Burns and Nick Corasaniti,
New York Times

Clinton-Sanders battle for Hispanic voters intensifies[23/02/2016]
Amie Parnes,
The Hill

Donald Trump in New York: Deep Roots, but Little Influence  [23/02/2016]
Susanne Craig and David W. Chen,
New York Times

Spike Lee endorses Sanders: Will that persuade black voters? [23/02/2016]
Husna Huq,
Christian Science Monitor

Rivals Chase Trump Into Nevada Caucuses[23/02/2016]
Maggie Haberman,
New York Times

5 things to watch for in Nevada’s GOP caucuses[23/02/2016]
Ben Kamisar,
The Hill

Why Bernie Sanders's revolution is not showing up[22/02/2016]
Peter Grier,
Christian Science Monitor

As Ted Cruz Stumbles, Marco Rubio Is on the Move[22/02/2016]
Reid J. Epstein andByron Tau,
WSJ

Donald Trump, South Carolina and the not-so-new South[21/02/2016]
Salim Muwakkil,
Al Jazeera

How Ted Cruz’s Campaign Manager Sees a Path to Victory
[20/02/2016]
Matt Flegenheimer,
New York Times

R.N.C. Disputes Donald Trump’s Claim on Debate Being Stacked With Donors[15/02/2016]
Alan Rappeport,
New York Times

With Death of Antonin Scalia, an Already Volatile Campaign Erupts[14/02/2016]
Amy Chozick,
New York Times

Trump and The GOP's 40% Nightmare[11/02/2016]
Michael McAuliff,
Huffington Post

What You Need to Know for the Next Democratic Presidential Debate[11/02/2016]
Michele Gorman,
Newsweek

In the Democratic Debate, Here’s What to Look For[11/02/2016]
New York Times

A Multifront Republican Battle in South Carolina[10/02/2016]
Alexander Burns and Jonathan Martin,
New York Times

Chris Christie Drops Out of Presidential Race After New Hampshire Flop[10/02/2016]
Alexander Burns And Maggie Haberman,
New York Times

Trump, Sanders win in N.H. Democratic, Republican Parties lose[10/02/2016]
Peter Grier,
Christian Science Monitor

After New Hampshire, can John Kasich win in the South? [10/02/2016]
Husna Haq,
Christian Science Monitor

Trump: N.J. Gov. Christie called after N.H. primary for a 'long talk'[10/02/2016]
Andrew V. Pestano,
UPI

Inside Hillary Clinton’s Massive Foreign-Policy Brain Trust[10/02/2016]
John Hudson,
Foreign Policy

US election: What would a Donald Trump presidency be like? [02/02/2016]
Anthony Zurcher,
BBC

Little Separates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton in Tight Race in Iowa[02/02/2016]
Patrick Healy,
New York Times

How Sanders Caught Fire & Turned a Coronation Into a Contest[02/02/2016]
Karen Tumulty,
WP

Race Moves From Iowa Nice to New Hampshire Blunt[02/02/2016]
James Pindell,
Boston Globe

Polls Show Preferences and Priorities in Iowa[02/02/2016]
Thomas Kaplan and Dalia Sussman,
New York Times

Bernie Sanders se convierte en el predilecto de los jóvenes democratas[02/02/2016]
El Periodico

Little Separates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton in Tight Race in Iowa[02/02/2016]
Patrick Healy,
New York Times

How would 'Trumponomics' change America? Brace yourself[01/02/2016]
Mark Trumbull,
CS Monitor

El dinero no basta para ganar en Iowa[01/02/2016]
Ricardo Mir de Francia,
El Periodico

Iowa caucuses: What voters are thinking on Election Day[01/02/2016]
Linda Feldmann,
CS Monitor

Sanders campaign raises $20 million in 31 days before Iowa caucuses[01/02/2016]
Shawn Price,
UPI

Our Man in Iowa: How the Iowa Caucuses Work[01/02/2016]
Trip Gabriel,
New York Times

Why America might elect a president it doesn't like
[31/01/2016]
Mark Sappenfield,
CS Monitor

Final poll shows tight races ahead of Iowa caucuses[30/01/2016]
CBS News

Hillary Clinton Reverts to Previous Stump in Final Days Before Iowa Caucuses[27/01/2016]
Amy Chozick,
New York Times

Bernie Sanders at a Crossroads: Attack Hillary Clinton or Stay Positive?[27/01/2016]
Jason Horowitz And Yamiche Alcindor,
New York Times

Donald Trump vs Megyn Kelly Round 2? Fox Debate Will Not Feature GOP Front-Runner, Campaign Manager Says[26/01/2016]
Jackie Salo,
International Business Times

Obama Calls Republican Vision 'Unrecognizable' in 2016 Race[25/01/2016]
Michael D. Shear,
New York Times

 

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