In his farewell address, the outgoing President will counter growing – but misguided – criticism of his administration’s approach to the rest of the world.
If this was about economic anxiety rather than race, Hillary Clinton would have won the presidency.
The election of Donald Trump to the US presidency is yet another blow to the liberal world order.
A narrative that attributes Trump's triumph to the "working class" forgets the role of racism, sexism and the right-wing media.
While political leaders in Russia and China welcomed the news, other nations responded with more cautious statements.
The president elect has forged a neo-fascist movement with violence at its core.
With a US that's no longer sold on international trade or NATO, we could see the end of western hegemony.
If Trump becomes president then investors will need to decide what impact he will have on the economy as the 45th president.
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