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It is striking to see that the Democratic party, pretending to be the party of the country’s intellectuals, in the campaign for the midterm elections completely forgot to tell the American voters what vision and ideas they have for the future of the United States if they should come to power

What do Democrats actually want, beyond being rabidly anti-Trump?

The one and only Democrat campaign item is: We Hate Donald Trump. Doesn’t it strike as unbelievably poor that there is nothing else, no content at all, in their campaign

Who has forgotten the result of the presidential elections of two years ago when Hillary Clinton was predicted to win by pollsters and the media till practically the last minute? But then the results, state by state trickled through and soon it became clear that was what considered highly improbable had become true.

The US Elections of November 6: a referendum about President Donald Trump?

Are the national congressional elections in the United States, on Tuesday November 6, a referendum about President Donald J. Trump? According to the President himself: YES.

Khashoggi's murder spotlights global war on free speech

The gruesome killing of Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul has provoked global outrage. But let's also focus on the plight of other reporters – much less visible and politically well-connected than Khashoggi – who are killed, tortured, imprisoned and threatened every day

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World’s pension funds vulnerable to climate risks, study reveals

87% of assets managed by the world’s 100 largest public pension funds are yet to undergo a formal climate risk assessment, according to research published on Tuesday (23 October), with only 15% of them adopting a coal exclusion policy

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Merkel: Nationalism and egoism out of Europe

German Chancellor Angela Merkel discussed Europe’s future with the members of European Parliament and the president of European commission Jean-Claude Juncker at the plenary session of European Parliament on Tuesday

Business

Ten things to know about competitiveness

Even as globalization has led to unprecedented gains for many from the movement of goods, services, people and ideas, there are those who have lost out – economically, politically or culturally

Editor’s Column

The end of the Merkel era

By: N. Peter Kramer

The day ECB President Mario Draghi had to announce that Eurozone growth is at its slowest pace for more than four years, Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel told the world that she will step down as President of her party, the German Christian-Democrats CDU

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