By Adam Bennett “This American carnage stops right here, and it stops right now.” – President Donald Trump, 19th January 2017 Four years ago this month, Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States. The campaign had been hard-fought, with its result shocking observers from virtually every corner of the globe. It seemed […]
Long Read: Derailing the Trump Train?
The Story of Donald Trump’s Election Victory and Defeat in Memes By Loui Marchant In November 2016, the results of the US presidential election sent much of the world’s media into a tailspin of shock and confusion. Among certain online communities, however, the news came not as a surprise but as a validation that memes […]
Why The US Election Is Up In The Air
By Adam Bennett For the first time in a long while, US-based liberals could be forgiven for feeling optimistic. President Donald Trump, having looked all but secure in his position under a year ago, is now trailing Joe Biden consistently and clearly in the polls. Crucially, Biden appears to have clawed in front not just […]
In this upcoming series of articles, Nikhil Bandlish will examine how the result of the U.S. election will impact Latin America. In this first piece, Nikhil provides a historical overview and outlines why – no matter the president in the White House – diplomatic habits can be hard to break. With the U.S. set to […]