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Not a punch thrower: Can Trump afford it?

Donald Trump said: I don’t think I’m going to be throwing punches’ at GOP debate. Sounds a bit strange as his campaign is very much based on throwing punches. 471 more words

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Will Iran deal influence Ukraine?

Could the Iran deal change, somehow influence American stance towards Ukraine in terms of dealing with Russia as during the negotiation with Iran Moscow has showed that Russia could a reliable partner and FM Lavrov praised the US leadership? 945 more words

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Donald Trump as next US President? Hardly, basically impossible

How would you evaluate Donald Trump’s chances of becoming GOP’s presidential nominee, eventually the American President? Do you see any presidential path for him, or he will probably stay a very visible and loud candidate, but at the end, still just sort of a fringe candidate? 1,275 more words

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How much does the Supreme Court decision mirror US public opinion regarding same-sex marriage?

Maybe with the different judges of the Supreme Court also the verdict would be different, and it is the verdict of the court, so based on the legal arguments, but still, how much the decision of the Supreme Court reflects also the changes of attitudes of the US public towards homosexuals? 946 more words

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It is probably easier to count Reps who do not want to be president

Even Jeb Bush jokes about very crowded (and counting) GOP’s presidential field. Why is it so crowded, in our opinion and could it be an advantage or maybe a disadvantage for Reps, or basically it does not matter at this stage? 1,344 more words

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Hillary's Social Strategy

A little over thirty months ago, I wrote a three-part article looking at social media as the ‘51st State‘ in US elections, and the importance it would play in the then-looming 2012 US presidential election. 309 more words

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