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One newspaper called him a "most unlikely pretender to high office," a "dunderhead" with a "big mouth," known for his "scattershot, impulsive style."
A look at why the role of money in politics has been a hot topic in the current U.S. election campaign.
In a quiet but contentious campaign, countries are competing for new openings on the U.N.'s Human Rights Council. Many of the contenders for membership on the Geneva-based body include the political Who's Who of authoritarian regimes who are noteworthy abusers of the very human rights they would be slated to protect.
Energy independence has been a goal of every U.S. president since Richard Nixon. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have very different ways to achieve it.
I'm confident it's only a matter of time before Bangkok activists appear on the streets to demand that the government follows what South Korea has done: Launch a safety campaign over smartphone-related collisions between pedestrians and vehicles.
Bangladesh under the premiership of Sheikh Hasina has been consistently warming up to India by getting rid of Indian insurgents on its soil and standing solidly with New Delhi by visibly pulling out of the Islamabad Saarc summit.
In order to assign new missions to the Self-Defense Forces (SDF) on the basis of security-related laws, it is important that procedures are duly carried out.
American politics has always had one foot in the gutter. Slave concubines. Model girlfriends on yachts. Monica Lewinsky. But no modern-era presidential contest has been so consistently debasing as this year's train wreck featuring Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, experts say.
Should people be given the vote? Are people too stupid to be entrusted with selecting their leaders and the future of their respective nations?
Same-sex marriage is now the law of the land, but there are other battlegrounds related to civil rights and nondiscrimination protections for lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people. Two polarizing questions: What sort of access should transgender people have to public bathrooms? And are the advances for LGBT rights infringing on the religious freedom of some Americans?
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