President-elect Trump has called the nuclear pact a “disaster” and “the worst deal ever negotiated” and said it could lead to a “nuclear holocaust”.
After the Obama years, Americans were itching to go back to their roots
Trump’s critics have expressed concern that his often inflammatory campaign rhetoric could spark a wave of intolerance against various minorities.
The preferred politician is now someone who has a separate expertise, say commercial or legal, and joins politics to intervene in an existing problem.
The grim memories of Kristallnacht teach us that it is the silence of those who ought not be silent that could ultimately lead to ruin.
Robots are already beginning to cost less to manufacture and operate than human salaries. This will ensure a spike in the use of AI, rather than creating more American jobs.
President-elect Donald Trump’s early list of potential appointments to top positions appears to reward people who were loyal to him during his campaign.
His anti-intellectual proclivities and unsophisticated solutions for the US’s socio-economic issues were favoured by many. But they will soon realise his rhetoric consisted of mostly empty promises that cannot be fulfilled now or in the foreseeable future.
Demonstrators took to streets after Trump’s unexpected victory in 2016 US presidential elections on Wednesday against Democrat Hillary Clinton.
Slower growth is making people despair and dividing society, something that Trump has exploited well during his campaign.
Even as we accept the verdict, we need to find ways to move our personal and political lives forward in the face of this tectonic defeat
Apprehensive World Leaders Need Not Worry Yet, the US’s Peculiar Political System Will Keep Trump in Check
At the end of the day,Trump’s policymaking will depend on the team that executes it, and, as of now, no one has a clue about what this team may look like.
The US has not just elected an economic populist with a policy agenda designed to rescue neglected classes. It’s chosen a royalist who has never for a moment dwelt among ordinary Americans, a man whose monstrous egocentrism amounts to clinical solipsism.
Hillary Clinton promised more of the same to a nation that, after eight years of the Obama’s presidency, was more unequal and seething with discontent on Left and Right. The last thing it wanted was someone attached to the centre-ground.
From Reuters to Nate Silver, from the New York Times to the Washington Post, a great majority of polls had indicated a Clinton victory.
After seeing the worst of American democracy, the outside world will have to adjust to a hugely unpredictable president.
According to a survey, 15% of respondents said they had stopped talking to a family member or close friend as a result of the election and 12% had ended a relationship because of it.
Indian business leaders are concerned that the rabble-rousing business tycoon’s tough trade beliefs and xenophobia could negatively impact the country.
A compilation of what we know of the new US president’s foreign policy standpoints.
The five main areas for India to look out for in the new administration.
Trump is now the president-elect.
No matter who wins on November 8, American society is unravelling and the domestic political order is falling apart.
This week’s column examines the creative ways, other than comedic skits, with which people choose to express political dissent.
Hillary Clinton, who is trying to become the first woman elected to the White House, has a 4 percentage point lead over Donald Trump in separate polls.
Police is on guard to prevent any clashes between supporters of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
The FBI’s decision to stand by its earlier finding that no criminal charges were warranted against Clinton for using a private email server has now closed the probe of her email practices.
Donald Trump is wrong: the US election can’t be rigged. But it’s a different story in Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Gabon and Mexico.
There was a security scare at a Trump rally in Reno, Nevada, as Trump and Clinton continue to take a tour around the major states to make their closing arguments.
The Republican Hindu Coalition may have tried to galvanise support for Donald Trump, but unless a majority of Indian-Americans suddenly start believing in a ‘Trump sarkar’, it won’t be the ‘Hindu’ vote that leads him into the White House.
Clinton praised the latest US jobs report and Trump dismissed it as a fraudulent disaster.
Donald Trump has fused economic worries, racial and gender resentment into a politics of fear and revenge, a tactic that is not new to the Republican Party.
Analyses that attribute the Trump’s rise purely to economic reasons are missing the importance of demographic change: His campaign is the white man’s (likely) last battle for political control in the US.
The Reuters/Ipsos daily tracking poll showed Clinton’s lead over Trump rising back up, the same advantage she held before the FBI announcement related to her email practices.
Some European leaders offered uncharacteristically blunt assessments of his fitness to be a party nominee, and their preferred electoral outcome.
The reopening of the probe into Clinton’s email server is re-energising Donald Trump’s voters while potentially depressing the Democratic Party base.
Clinton held a five-point lead over Trump, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll, down only slightly since the FBI said it was reviewing new emails.
In lawsuits filed in federal courts in Pennsylvania, Nevada, Arizona and Ohio, Democrats argued that Trump and Republican Party officials were mounting a “campaign of vigilante voter intimidation.”
More than just accounting for Donald Trump’s rise, the profit motive in the digital media game has made it easier to spread false or defamatory information.
The warrant will allow the FBI to examine a new set of Clinton’s emails, to see if they are relevant to its larger investigation.
After a mere eight years in which diplomacy narrowly edged out militarism, the foreign policy elite rallying around Clinton has forgotten the lessons of the George W. Bush era.