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A Strongman Stance: An Analysis of Trump and Biden on the World Stage

An open mind is required within the current acute political divide where Trump’s bellicose aggression and Biden’s seeming cognitive decline are both put on the backburner Putting aside whatever bias we have for former President Donald Trump; let’s consider what the state of world affairs might look like today if Trump became the president in the 2020. Outcomes under a Trump administration may be hypothetical or a myriad of assumptions, however it is unique in that we can gauge ...


Trump's Season Finale

... lost With just days left until the Electoral College meets to determine the outcome of the 2020 presidential election officially, it's becoming increasingly likely that we're in the final episode of the Trump presidency. While tumultuous at times, Donald Trump's reign has had all the makings of a blockbuster television series. It's been infused with lies, scandals, assassinations, and plenty of palace intrigue to keep both national and international audiences glued to their seats. The last few ...


The EU Will Not Break Free from America’s Amiable Stranglehold

... determines the domestic and foreign policy of the EU and its member states. Who will occupy the White House in 2021-2024? That was a momentous question for Europe. Consequently, Europeans closely followed the entire course of the presidential race between Donald Trump and his challenger Joe Biden, a race that had been essentially transformed into a vote of confidence for the incumbent president. Europeans were dying to see Donald Trump lose. They found his claims that there is no alternative to him rather ...


Trump — A Non-Consecutive Second Term President

... he may not have lost the war over his policies Many Americans claimed the 2020 election cycle to be the most consequential choice impacting the future of America. On the contrary, it can be debated that the 2016 presidential vote that resulted in Donald Trump, the disrupter and counter-establishment candidate, was far more momentous than 2020. President Trump packed in an eight to 12-year term of accomplishments into a 4-year tenure that impacted the nation and shook up the world more than any ...


Where the 2020 Presidential Candidates Stand on Russia

... sort of charm when it comes to building relations with other countries, it’s unlikely that he’ll carry with him that charm to build better relations with Russia beyond extending the New START Treaty. Biden is the most likely candidate to unseat Donald Trump, which means that Russia-U.S. relations are likely to continue being hostile, confrontational, and counterproductive. Donald Trump Andrey Kortunov: US Will Remain a Difficult Partner America's reigning champion and current president is quite ...


Choice without a Choice

... numerous experts, analysts and political clairvoyants are attempting to predict who will win the November elections. Who will be governing America from the Oval Office in the White House for the next four years? Is it going to be Republican incumbent Donald Trump or Democratic challenger, former Vice President Joe Biden? Even today, when the campaign is in the homestretch, few are ready to name the winner confidently. Discussions on the subject are going on at full throttle in Russia too. Naturally,...


US Will Remain a Difficult Partner

... scapegoat; making Beijing responsible for COVID-19 was like pouring oil on already burning US-China fire. Can we expect a radical shift of the US approach to China after the November elections? Unfortunately, this is not very likely. If Joe Biden replaces Donald Trump in the White House, there will be a clear change in US foreign policy style and rhetoric, but much less in its fundamental goals and aspirations. President Biden might be more inclined to reach tactical truces with Beijing and more reluctant ...


President Joe Biden and Russia

... what happens at the polling stations on November 3 as perhaps the main intrigue of this year. People across the world are captivated by the vicissitudes of the election campaign, the endless opinion polls and periodic scandals surrounding President Donald Trump and his rival Joseph Biden. The stakes in this fascinating political game are incredibly high, not only for citizens of the United States, but also for the rest of the world. Germany, Canada, China and Mexico clearly favour the Democratic ...


The Changing and Unchanged Face of American Racism

... Trump” Ilya Kravchenko: Racism in American Big League Politics This starkly pithy phrase uttered during the 2016 presidential campaign belongs to Nell Irvin Painter, an African American Professor of History at Princeton. It clearly defines the Donald Trump phenomenon and perhaps even Trumpism as an ideology of our time that is primarily a “product of racism and a reaction to the exacerbated race relations in today’s American society.” Throughout his entire presidential tenure, the 45 ...


The Catalyst of Racism to Oust President Trump

... become an opportunistic chaotic catalyst for Joe Biden and the Democrats to point to President Trump as the racist in the White House The Democrats and their supporters in the news media have been relentless in their attempts to prevent President Donald Trump from being re-elected to a second term in what one could describe as a coup d’etat to overthrow the president in the Russian collusion rouse. The President’s handling of the coronavirus and a hopeful faltering economy seemed to be the ...


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  1. In your opinion, what are the US long-term goals for Russia?
    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
     33 (31%)
    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
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