The film star is likeable and principled. He can also beat The Donald at his own game.
We know that powerful countries don’t work well when nuance is cast overboard. Is this the collapse of the pluralist order?
As Donald Trump enters the White House, it’s time for the left to plan how it will deny his programme legitimacy.
Trump is no fool. Amid the bluster he is overseeing the birth of a new world order of force.
The president elect has forged a neo-fascist movement with violence at its core.
Donald Trump, Big Lie oratory and the rise of the angry white man.
Trump is willing to trample on a quarter of a millennium of moral thinking and democratic taboos on torture.
As the party of Abraham Lincoln devolves into the dark world of Trumpism, how nice it would be if GOP moderates found the courage to walk away.
Educated, worldly German observers in the early 1930s could not believe that such a man could triumph over cultural and political liberalism. And yet.
Coronations seldom proceed as planned in the drawn-out US primary season - the polish can't hold long without cracking somewhere.
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