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After the tragic events that took place in Washington D.C. on the 6th of January 2021, which the world has looked upon with apprehension, the mandate of the newly elected 46th President of the United States will start with the roll back of some of the most contested policies of the Trump presidency and focus… » read more

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The US elections will come down to the wire, and will be determined by mail-in votes. While this was fully expected during the COVID-19 pandemic, it was also the worst-case scenario given Trump’s persistent attempts to delegitimize mail-in votes, despite lack of clear evidence of their fraudulence. Much like 2016, the key battleground states are… » read more

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Výsledky amerických voleb budou do poslední chvíle nejasné a rozhodovat tak budou korespondenční hlasy. Ačkoliv byl tento scénář během pandemie koronaviru nanejvýš očekávaný, byl také tím nejhorším možným. Trump totiž legitimitu korespondenční volby dlouhodobě zpochybňuje, a to i přes absenci jasných důkazů o podvodech. Stejně jako v roce 2016 jsou klíčovými bojišti státy Pensylvánie (20… » read more

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The United States midterm elections are heating up, and Europe should pay attention. Recently, the state of Transatlantic relations has been unsteady, and the results from these elections may either cement the current administration’s trajectory, or open up an avenue for the Democrats to act as a check to the Republican policies. Currently, the Congress… » read more

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US President Donald Trump zoomed across the Old Continent, in Neil Young’s words “Like a Hurricane”. Just like the eye of this element, what occurs in Trump’s inner-circle is nothing like the reality of the outer rim. While the President himself tweeted that his European journey “was a great success”, others likened his visit to… » read more

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