Ben Owen explores what Biden’s win means for international relations.
Tom Bannon reflects on the 2020 US presidential campaign and the supposed unsuitability of both candidates.
Jacob Reid explores how the Presidential Election polls work and whether we can trust them.
Oliver Bater discusses why Trump’s attacks on Biden are failing.
Niall Shaban argues that Biden’s pick of Kamala Harris for the Vice-Presidency will fail to appease the progressives in the Democrats.
Zaman Keinath-Esmail (reluctantly) makes the case for Joe Biden for president.
James Carville, the Democratic Party’s most outspoken political strategist, provides his take on the party’s prospects in November’s presidential election: an upbeat outlook supported by the polling data.
Whatever future Americans awake to on the 4th of November, one thing is certain. It will be a future shaped by Donald Trump alone. Edmund Kelly In any other year the announcement that Bernie Sanders had dropped out of the Democratic primary race – thereby sealing the nomination for former Vice President Joe Biden – Read More…
Since the Democrats have chosen someone so similar to their unsuccessful 2016 candidate, it is their responsibility to explain why Biden will do any better than Clinton did.