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America First, Democracy Second?

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By Zikai Chua “Enemies of the people” was the phrase US President Donald Trump used to describe media outlets which publish what he labels “fake news”. The 45th President of the United States has faced intense scrutiny, often accompanied by harsh criticisms, of his each and every move during his short stint as President of the United States, and rightly so. In hindsight, perhaps the exclusion of news agencies (including…

Navigating Choppy Waters: The Donald and Diplomacy

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By Jeremy Wong With Donald Trump now the President of the United States, the world watches his every move; trying to analyse and figure out the motivations as well as the implications of his new policies. Trump is not known to be likeable to most world leaders, and he has recently made relations with Beijing even sourer after his administration took a tougher stance on China regarding the South China…

Dividing Lines: The Perils of Patriotism

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By Josh McCarthy Patriotism [NOUN]: The quality of being patriotic; vigorous support for one’s country. That’s what Oxford’s academics have to say. But it’s clear that loving one’s country is not a switch turned off or on. The essence of national loyalism within a population represents a wide-reaching spectrum of intensity. Still, it’s difficult to deny its presence is rife in many of the world’s largest developing and developed nations….

Trump’s Russian Travails: Diplomatic Pragmatist or Putin’s Puppet?

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By Rajan Soni Donald Trump’s alleged links Moscow have consistently provided his critics with a stick to beat him with. With further evidence surfacing last week suggesting contact between Trump’s election campaign and Russian intelligence officials, many are suggesting that the culmination of this apparent scandal could prove to be Trump’s Watergate. But what exactly is the nature of the relationship between the Trump administration and Putin’s Russia, and, should…

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LSE US Centre Scrutinises Election Results

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Students Defy Sleep as World Wakes to Darker Dawn

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Stop trying to justify Trump supporters. This was an election about race

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Defending the Indefensible: Would Trump Really Be That Bad?

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By Ahan Varkey  Donald Trump has become a running joke around the world. Prime Minister David Cameron recently condemned him openly, and fairly brusquely. Today he stands as the frontrunner for the Republican nomination, and could feasibly be the next POTUS. His remarkable and unprecedented surge in the polls can be explained by a disenfranchised voting base, who feel betrayed by their own governments. The sheer force of public support has…

The GOP and the Prisoner’s Dilemma

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by Andrew Slinn,  Donald J. Drumpf has just won seven more states on Super Tuesday, two more on Super Saturday, and is now poised to win the Republican Party’s presidential nomination. As much as I want to avoid clichés such as he has ‘defied the rules of politics’ and has ‘rewritten the political playbook’, that is exactly what is happening. But is it really such a surprise that he continues…