Divided States of America?

As somebody is sending explosive devices to politicians and public figures, what effect it might have on American politics? Another step towards political civil war, if I can use this phrase, or an opportunity to calm down the situation? Read few comments.


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Trump’s INF withdrawal move: Unwise mistake which might translate into a more chaotic situation

What would the US out of the INF Treaty mean for European, transatlantic security, what what be your biggest concern here? Read few comments.


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Brett Kavanaugh and the state of American politics

The Senate Judiciary Committee has announced a vote on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Friday. What does this fight over Kavanaugh say us about the current state of American politics, do you think he should be a SCOTUS justice? Read few comments.

Brett Kavanaugh, Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Credit: https://www.senate.gov/

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Has he accomplished more than almost anybody? How does Trump’s foreign policy achievements look like?

Other people publicly laughing at POTUS is not an ordinary scene. But that’s what just happened to Donald Trump at UNGA when he said that his administration has accomplished more than almost any administration in the history of the US. It is maybe not a question for a political scientinst but why do you think he felt those words should be in his speech, and what would you say is Trump’s biggest foreign policy achievement so far, not matter if positive or negative, simply the biggest? Maybe also his seemingly corrosive effect on the international world order? Read few comments.

Secretary-General António Guterres (right) meets with United States President Donald Trump. Credit: UN Photo/Rick Bajornas

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What to expect from another Moon-Kim summit?

What do you expect from the another North Korea-South Korea summit, and what effect have current North Korea-South Korea relations on Pyongyang-Washington negotiations? Read few comments.

Inter-Korean summit: SK President Moon Jae-in (right) and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Credit: english1.president.go.k

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Manafort, Cohen and probably to be continued. Can Trump escape this unscathed?

While Donald Trump probably pushed all norms of what is “normal” for the US President did two courtroom dramas of Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen just create probably the worst day of his Presidency as with Cohen’s case his former lawyer claims that Trump (a candidate for federal office as legal papers say) directed him to make payments that violated campaign finance laws? It is hard to imagine that Trump can escape this totally unscathed. What effect it might have on his Presidency? Read few comments.


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Is Trump damaging freedom of the press?

Following The Boston Globe’s initiative more than 300 U.S. newspapers have pledged to run editorials defending freedom of the press in response to President Donald Trump and The Boston Globe accused POTUS of carrying out a sustained assault on the free press, would you say this is a right approach from the media, do you think that Trump is really damaging freedom of the press? Read few comments.


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