Usually, the economy is the biggest issue in US presidential elections, we also see this antiestablishment vs establishment theme. So what topics and why these will determine the outcome of upcoming primaries and US presidential elections? Read fews comments.
According to NYT Michael Bloomberg considers an independent presidential bid. Do you think he might have a chance to be an important player in presidential elections and for whom could this be a bigger headache, for Dems or GOP? Read few comments.
It seems that Bernie Sanders, though for many years serving as independent, might be a tougher nut to crack for Hillary Clinton in Democratic primaries as it was expected. Even Hillary’s camp admits that primaries can go for into late April, May. Why is that so in your opinion, why is Sanders relatively popular? Is it more about the appeal of him and his policies, or more about Hillary “nonappeal”? Or is this a combination of both? Read few comments.
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It is hardly a coincidence that Iran-US prisoner swap was announced by Tehran on the Implementation Day of JCPOA. In light of this how do you read the US-Iran relations, what both sides are hoping to gain? Read few comments.
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