Joe Biden: The Day of the Quiet American

James Astill

Joe Biden, an error-prone politician but a universally well-liked man, scarcely put a foot wrong during the campaign. Trump and the pandemic made that relatively easy. The President soaked up all the attention, not in a good way. Biden seems to have unseated him with a sense of decency

The Biden Momentum, Lingering Trumpism

A dispatch from the disunited states of America

The Mind and Mandate of America 2020

Can President Biden be the new Reconciler-in-Chief?

The Isolation of Donald Trump

The braggadocio apart, the American president looks increasingly vulnerable

The New American Civil War

The president of polarisation and his opponents without a script

Trump and Hillary: The Unloveable versus the Despicable

Compared with Trump’s hideous and incurable flaws, Hillary’s perceived faults seem far from indigestible to a voter with a sturdy stomach

First a Democrat, Then a Socialist

What would Nehru have done if he were alive today, amidst the war between modernity and religiosity?

US Presidential Election Debates

Lincoln followed Douglas on his campaign trail, goading him from the audience


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