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  • First package

    First package

    While the outgoing President had stumbled while trying to address coronavirus, Mr Biden on Friday unveiled a $1.9 trillion stimulus plan for the economy of an America blighted by the pandemic.

    January 19, 2021
  • Why Trump may win in 2024

    Why Trump may win in 2024

    Joe Biden now faces the Ford-pardoning- of-Nixon dilemma. Ford pardoned Nixon, the nation never forgave him for it and so Ford lost the 1976 election to Carter. Trump has been impeached in the House of Representatives, again. He alleges a witch-hunt. The first time the impeachment was on quite flimsy grounds.

    January 18, 2021
  • Emergency in DC

    Emergency in DC

    The impending change of guard at the Oval Office appears to have so derailed Mr Trump that his supporters but mostly he ended up disgracing the country. It is cause for alarm that the Federal Bureau of Investigation has warned armed protests are being planned in all 50 US state capitals and the national capital in the final days leading up to Mr Biden’s inauguration.

    January 14, 2021
  • What a Biden White House might mean for India

    What a Biden White House might mean for India

    Even though Biden will prioritize continuity of current relationship with India, the Democrats will observe and assess India’s internal politics. Thus, one can expect Biden to express his concerns to India’s internal dispositions, mostly unofficially and personally, at least to fend-off his domestic pressures.

    January 6, 2021
  • Third past the post

    Third past the post

    Although there are several other minor parties, such as the Green and Constitution parties, and some independent candidates as well, since 1852, a candidate from the Republican or Democratic parties has always won or become runner-up in the US presidential elections, except in 1912, when Theodore Roosevelt, a popular former Republican president and a unique candidate unto himself came in second while not running under the banner of one of the two major parties and lost to Woodrow Wilson.

    December 18, 2020
  • Debunking Biden’s Green New Deal

    Debunking Biden’s Green New Deal

    The economy needs to be desperately resuscitated and this cannot be done by conflating an aspirational but misguided climate agenda with appropriate solutions. One of the appropriate solutions is what Trump accomplished, which is that he let fracking go full-blast. That’s what Biden needs to do.

    December 13, 2020
  • Iranian stew

    Iranian stew

    Mr Rouhani said on Wednesday that as soon as the five permanent members of the Security Council ~ the US, Russia, the United Kingdom, Russia and China ~ plus Germany who had joined the 2015 agreement resumed their commitments, so would Iran.

    December 13, 2020
  • President-elect Biden, former Presidents Obama, Bush, Clinton vow to receive Covid vaccine publicly

    President-elect Biden, former Presidents Obama, Bush, Clinton vow to receive Covid vaccine publicly

    Obama, in an interview with SiriusXM radio, said he would be inoculated if top US infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci signs off on a Covid-19 vaccine.

    December 4, 2020
  • A scientist slain

    A scientist slain

    Teheran has accused Israel and the United States of orchestrating the killing of Mohsen Fakrizadeh who had been named two years ago by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as the scientist heading Iran’s efforts to build nuclear weapons.

    November 30, 2020
  • Blinken first

    Blinken first

    A foreign policy veteran despite his relatively young age, he has held key positions over three decades and helped lead US diplomatic efforts in the fight against ISIS, the re-balance in Asia, and the global refugee crisis. Already, recent interviews of Blinken ~ considered to be “Biden’s alter-ego” ~ are being dissected by the Indian foreign policy establishment and his utterances seen as positive for bilateral ties.

    November 27, 2020
  • US President-elect Joe Biden names longtime aide, Ron Klain, as his chief of staff

    US President-elect Joe Biden names longtime aide, Ron Klain, as his chief of staff

    Klain, 59, also worked with Biden when he was chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Afterwards, he served as chief of staff to vice president Al Gore.

    November 12, 2020