This is the time where primaries matter

With primaries in South Carolina and caucuses in Nevada we are inching toward Super Tuesday. A duel between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders is heating up and Donald Trump still leads in many polls. So how do you see the race? Does Sanders have a path to Democratic nomination? How strong is Trumps among the GOP? Read few comments.

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America said Russia about its special forces in Syria. Is it safe?

The United States has told Russia broad areas in which U.S. special forces are operating in Syria and asked them not to strike there. How usual or unusual do you find this move. are Russians to be trusted not to strike, not to share this info with other players in the Syrian conflict? Read few comments.

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Will New Hampshire bury few presidential hopefuls?

After the Iowa caucus who really need to score well in New Hampshire from Dems and GOP, and why? Read few comments.

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President Obama makes first visit to US mosque

President Barack Obama has just visited a mosque. How important or unimport do you find this and why? read few comments.

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What do results of Iowa caucus mean?

What do you think about Ted Cruz’s victory in the Iowa caucus and what about the fact the Hillary Clinton was not able to clearly beat Bernie Sanders, though few months ago she was a clear favorite? Read few comments.

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Iowa caucus: Important as ever?

On February 1, 2016, the presidential primaries start with the Iowa caucus.

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How angry is America and will it affect presidential election?

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.

The White House, the ultimatimate in the US presidential election. Credit: whitehouse.org

The White House, the ultimate prize in the US presidential election. Credit: whitehouse.org

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