Day: May 22, 2019

It’s No longer Constantly the Terminate of the World

Political prudence isn’t in vogue, but it should be.By Greg WeinerMr. Weiner is a political scientist and was a senior Senate aide to Bob Kerrey, Democrat of Nebraska.May 22, 2019ImageAbraham Lincoln as a young man.CreditCreditLibrary of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C.President Trump recently declared that he won the White House in “one of…

No Policies? No Utter. The Patchwork Brexit Occasion Is Crushing Its Opponents.

ImageThe Brexit Party leader, Nigel Farage, center, campaigning for the European Parliament elections, in Brentwood, England, this month.CreditCreditAndy Rain/EPA, via ShutterstockWILLENHALL, England — The candidates walked down the ballroom aisle to loud ovations and corporate rock, taking turns at the lectern delivering pitches for the Brexit Party: a deep-pocketed Tory known for churning through managers…

The ‘persona politics’ of Narendra Modi and Donald Trump

Image copyright BBC/Getty Images Image caption Similar to the “Make America Great Again”, its all about “NaMo Again” for BJP supporters In this year’s Indian election, Prime Minister Narendra Modi clocked up more than 140 rallies while chasing a second term. Sound familiar? During the 2016 US presidential campaign, Donald Trump appeared at almost as…

George Soros made 8 predictions about politics, monetary markets, and Fb – here is how they became out

Associated PressThe billionaire investor George Soros is known for making a series of predictions across topics as diverse as social-media networks, the Chinese economy, and Iranian politics.Markets Insider examined eight of Soros’ predictions, as well as the outcomes.Visit MarketsInsider.com for more stories. The billionaire investor George Soros is not shy about making predictions, in financial…