Tuesday, August 30, 2016
  1. Trump’s Train Wreck

    Elizabeth Drew

    Trump’s Train Wreck


     is skeptical that the candidate's latest staffing shakeup will right his faltering campaign.

    Newsart for Trump’s Train Wreck Darren McCollester/Stringer

    Donald Trump’s new campaign leadership will not yield a new, more disciplined and coherent candidate, but rather more of the same. In particular, his appointment of Steven Bannon – a divisive tabloid journalist who has never participated in a national political campaign – suggests that Trump is desperate, scared, and lost. READ MORE

  2. The Siren Song of “Strongmania”

    Minxin Pei
  3. Sarkozy’s Campaign of Fear

    Dominique Moisi
  4. Theresa May and the Three Brexiteers

    Robert Harvey
  5. Trump’s Fiscal Follies

    Jeffrey Frankel

    Trump’s Fiscal Follies


     shows that, when it comes to tax policy, the GOP's nominee is a true Republican.

    Newsart for Trump’s Fiscal Follies Andrew Burton/Getty Images

    Donald Trump has shaken up the way a campaign is run, how a nominee communicates with voters, and the Republican Party’s platform, with many of his positions deviating from GOP tradition. But, on tax policy, Trump has toed the party line – and that’s not a good thing. READ MORE

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