Category Archives: US elections

Jul 30 2012

A Mormon Foreign Policy Would be Good for America and Great for the World, But it won’t Happen…

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By Inderjeet Parmar, Professor of Government at the University of Manchester, Chair of the British International Studies Association, and PI of the AHRC Obama Research Network. As the world prepares to face another US presidential election, thoughts turn to the likely foreign … Continue reading

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Jan 14 2012

The Persistent Myths of ‘Soft Power’

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By Parag Khanna The difference between the upcoming U.S. presidential election and previous iterations is that Republicans no longer have the upper on foreign policy. Their self-proclaimed monopoly on national security expertise hand and belief in a muscular international posture … Continue reading

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Nov 12 2008

The Obama Revolution: From Hustings to Reality

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By Lisa Aronsson The Obama campaign turned American politics upside down. His approach to campaign financing revolutionised the rules of the game, and his use of the Internet and mobile web stirred unprecedented interest, brought people to the polls for … Continue reading

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