Thursday, January 19, 2017
  1. America’s Russian Hypocrisy

    Nina L. Khrushcheva

    America’s Russian Hypocrisy

    15

     points out the duplicity in US allegations of Kremlin meddling in America's presidential election.

    Matryoshka Trump and Putin in Moscow Alexander Nemenov/Getty Images
    The allegations by US intelligence agencies that Russia purveyed fake news and released hacked emails, in order to hurt Hillary Clinton’s chances against Donald Trump, are far from baseless. But what it really exposes is the pattern of duplicity that has pervaded US foreign policy. READ MORE
  2. Looking Back on Barack

    Jeffrey Frankel

    Looking Back on Barack

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     thinks that the outgoing US president has not received nearly enough credit for his achievements.

    Obama farewell Anadolu Agency
    Upon entering office in 2009, US President Barack Obama confronted conditions more adverse than any incoming president had faced in many decades. Yet, despite his opponents' obstructionism, Obama achieved crucial economic and foreign-policy successes. READ MORE
  3. Trump antes de Trump

    Barry Eichengreen
  4. Trump’s Crazed Transition

    Elizabeth Drew

    Trump’s Crazed Transition

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     sees something deeply troubling in the US president-elect's behavior since Election Day.

    Moscow on 8 January The Washington Post
    Donald Trump’s inauguration as president of the United States is approaching fast. Judging by his post-election transition – which has been, hands down, the strangest in US history – all we really know about how Trump will govern is that we must expect the unexpected. READ MORE
  5. Federalism and Progressive Resistance in America

    Laura Tyson, ET AL
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