Elections 2012

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Heeding the Echoes of History as Global Leadership Shifts

  • President Obama Wins a Second Term for Whom?

  • The GOP: Retrograde or Reformist?

  • Prelude to Election: The Third Presidential Debate

  • U.S. Politics and the Middle East

    10.19.12
  • Romney’s Proposed Foreign Policy: Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle

    10.09.12
  • Round 1 to the Republican: Mitt Romney Comes out Swinging

  • A Look to the U.S. Presidential Debates

  • Failed legacies of Bush and Obama

    09.25.12
  • Some Thoughts on a Frustrating Presidential Race

  • Romney’s Contribution to the Unrest in the Middle East

    09.14.12
  • Chicago Teachers Strike: Targeting the Teaching Evaluation

  • Reflections on the Republican National Convention and the Week to Come

  • Picking Sides in November

    09.02.12
  • The Politics of “Legitimate Rape”: The Romney-Akin Nexus

  • Paul Ryan In, Foreign Policy Out

    and 08.14.12
  • Romney’s Running Mate: Paul Ryan and the GOP

  • Saving Privat(izing) Ryan: Mitt Romney Selects a Running Mate

  • A One-State Solution is the only way Forward for Israel and Palestine

  • Romney in Blighty: How Mitt the Twit Talks

  • U.S. Foreign Policy and the Human Rights Council Resolution on Sri Lanka

  • Russia and Romney’s Approach to Foreign Policy

  • Obama and the Arab-Israeli Conflict

    06.12.12
  • What’s Changed in Egypt?

  • Europeans Have Rejected Austerity Madness: Will the U.S. Get the Message?

  • The European Far Right: Actually Right? Or Left? Or Something Altogether Different?

    05.04.12
  • The Calculus of Egypt’s Presidential Race

    04.23.12
  • Obama and Immigration

  • GOP and Putin Find Common Ground: The Cold War

    04.03.12
  • Romney’s Foreign Policy and Russia

    03.30.12
  • The Health Care Argument That Should Have Been Made

    03.28.12
  • The Credible Conservative

    03.25.12
  • The U.S. Presidential Candidates on Cybersecurity

  • Following Shooting in Afghanistan, Overall Question is Whether the Mission is Doable

    03.12.12
  • A (Real) Turning Point in U.S.-Latin American Relations?

  • The Russian Winter: A Warm-up

  • Is Putin Capable of Crafting a Pragmatic Foreign Policy?

  • Can Romney Make a Credible Pivot to the Center?

    02.22.12
  • On Religion, Reproductive Rights, Rhetoric, and Reality

    02.12.12
  • The Symbolism of the Keystone XL Pipeline

    01.20.12