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How did radicalism led to presidency?

Unlike many pundits, who did not opt Donald Trump for the final nomination, finally he did very well in primaries. Now, the possibility of...

The Middle East, North Africa, and Foreign Policy Challenges for the Next President

2016 will be a pivotal year for the US as it chooses a new president. It is an election year with no incumbent running....

The perks of (not) being a red star: the investigations in Brazil and the future of its politics

Amid a severe political and economic crisis, with astronomic unemployment rates and the worst recession since 1990, the Brazilian politics faces a new turn...

Elections 2016: The End of the American Two-Party System?

With the Iowa caucuses over and the results from New Hampshire in, the 2016 elections are officially underway. The last decade in American politics...

The lost libertarian moment?

After the first ballot of caucus in Iowa and taking into account a very low popularity poll, against him, in New Hampshire, Rand Paul...

The last state of the union

In a heavily sentimental performance, Barack Obama addressed the last state of the union of his term. 2016 is going to be an election...

Putting Teeth into Peace: Making the JCPOA Legitimate

Since the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) was signed on July 14, 2015, a fierce debate has ensued within the United States. While...

Democratic debate: Pragmatism against idealism

The first Democratic debate was held the evening of October 13. The obvious winners, namely the candidates that prevailed and gained the impressions were...

The Republicans

First, there is the race for the nomination of leadership in the Republican Party, and second, there is the race for the US presidency....

Multiculturalism and peace studies

This special report seeks to examine how multicultural and peace education have been viewed in Brazilian and North American literature, as gleaned from both...

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