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Ecuador Election Vote Offers Hope Across Latin America
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Ecuador Election Vote Offers Hope Across Latin America
February 21, 2021

The hope of sunlight in Ecuador appears frail indeed, but let us be thankful for small mercies rather than none at all, Martin Sieff writes.

Married Americans Are Different
February 16, 2021

As political scientists, pundits, and historians try to make sense of the November 2020 election, a marriage divide in the electorate has emerged. Married Americans were appreciably more likely to vote for Trump than those who were either unmarried and cohabiting or single.

Married Americans Are Different
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The Strategy Session, Episode 5
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The Strategy Session, Episode 5
February 16, 2021

Tim and Joaquin discuss the New York Times article “Marjorie Taylor Greene and the Republican Perversion of ‘Freedom’” by Frank Bruni.

Confessions of a Deprogrammed Trump Supporter
January 22, 2021

Words we took for granted like “patriot”, “nationalism”, or “vote fraud” are very racist and using them is a sure fire sign that you might be a domestic terrorist. At any rate, using them should be enough to get someone banned from social media.

Confessions of a Deprogrammed Trump Supporter
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Why the 1996 Russian Election Was an All-Important Turning Point
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Why the 1996 Russian Election Was an All-Important Turning Point
January 20, 2021

A quarter of a century later, Putin, chosen by Yeltsin himself, is undeniably the legitimate president of all the Russians.

The Storms Before the Possible Calm
January 19, 2021

The storms are not yet over, but it seems that Biden may eventually be able to restore calm to a divided nation, Brian Cloughley writes.

The Storms Before the Possible Calm
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Without Democracy in the U.S., Can the Simulacra of Democracy Survive Elsewhere?
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Without Democracy in the U.S., Can the Simulacra of Democracy Survive Elsewhere?
January 17, 2021

Trump walked into the DC ‘Forum’, and ended ‘stabbed to death’, as had Julius. It has been truly Shakespearean, Alastair Crooke writes.

1996 Election – The Americans Didn’t Elect Yeltsin
January 16, 2021

Patrick Armstrong explains why the Time magazine’s “Yanks to the Rescue” story was utterly wrong.

1996 Election – The Americans Didn’t Elect Yeltsin
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