October is drawing to a close, the leaves are turning, and another week has begun…which means it’s time to talk about what we’re reading! We’re showing you ours…so pop into comments and show us yours as well! ‘The Italianization of American Politics — and Why It Terrifies Italians‘ (Pacific Standard) What happens when the politics of your …
Donald Trump repeatedly proved that he’s wildly incapable of being president during last night’s debate.
Americans living abroad have a strange relationship with the 2016 election, a simultaneous distance from events and obligation to look out for global interests.
One candidate emerged as a clear leader in last night’s presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
We rounded up the latest and greatest commentary on the debate for your reading pleasure.
Conspiracy theories swirling around Secretary Clinton’s health in the 2016 campaign obscure an important issue: Would it really be the worst thing in the world if the US president was sick or disabled?
What are you reading this week? The Global Comment editors are enjoying a September 11 longread, an analysis of Trump’s deplorables, an exploration of how design discriminates, a discussion about Silicon Valley and profits, and an overview of Christians and the death penalty.
Jill Stein voters may have some hard choices to make in November — how much are they willing to wager their beliefs on?
In the vicious 2016 US election, is social media creating permanent ruptures that we won’t be able to repair after the dust has settled on Election Day?
Tim Kaine may be a ‘safe’ VP pick, but he’s also a dreadfully dull one.