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Defeated Democratic candidate for the US presidency Hillary Clinton has made her concession speech
After Donald Trump decisively defeated Hillary Clinton, becoming the 45th president of the United States (US) on Wednesday, it became clear that the phenomenon of rising support for populist parties all around the globe has disrupted the politics of many western societies. Economic angst is one of the main reasons behind the rise of populism …
In Brussels, American expats and people from around Europe are eagerly waiting for news on the US elections.
Can a woman winning the White House change history for Egyptian women? Over the past year, I have been addressing this question with female Egyptian intellectuals in Cairo. Before discussing the intellectual women’s view of the US election, it is worth keeping in mind that only around 28% of Egyptians go to university. So most of the …
As the date of the United Sates presidential election comes closer, the eyes of the entire world are directed at that election as the most important event in the field of international politics, for the immense weight the US has in the global balance of power. Recently, the world has had its eyes on the …
I am currently travelling around the United States (US) after spending a very enlightening few days in Washington DC where I was privileged to address delegates attending the 25th Annual Arab-US Policymakers Conference for the second year running. This year, the event was titled “The next US presidency and US-Arab relations, probabilities, possibilities, potential …
During the last presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, Trump said: “we have some bad hombres here”. This was said in clear reference to the Latinos coming to the United States (US). As CNN commentator Van Jones explained: “The only time this man has used Spanish in the entire election was used to stereotype …
Top Senate official Harry Reid says FBI director James Comey may have broken the law with revelations about a probe into Hillary Clinton’s emails.
Hillary Clinton’s team has released new health information regarding the candidate. The revelation earlier this week that Clinton had been diagnosed with pneumonia sparked criticism.
Many Americans find the major presidential candidates unappealing and are looking for alternatives. Whichever candidate is more successful at wooing disaffected voters could have a major advantage at the polls.
The families of two Americans killed in a 2012 terror attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, claim that Hillary Clinton was responsible for their deaths. Clinton was Secretary of State at the time.
Clinton is the reason behind the problems affecting the Middle East and the world, says the republican presidential candidate
Donald Trump’s economic policy has often been vague or vacillating, causing deep frowns among economists across the political spectrum. But will he change course as he positions himself for the presidential election?
FBI Director James Comey has appeared before Congress to answer questions on the agency’s decision to not prosecute Hillary Clinton. The House Speaker was among the critics of the outcome, which has outraged Republicans.
Even if the FBI has recommended that Hillary Clinton not be charged, she has not yet survived the ongoing email controversy. The label of “careless” is something that could be hard for her to lose, says DW’s Ines Pohl.
Normally running mates have little effect on the presidential race. But little has been normal in a show-off featuring a bizarre figure like Donald Trump versus Hillary Clinton, the first female nominee of a major party.
US local media reported that Omar Mateen visited Pulse, the gay nightclub he attacked, several times in the last three years
Clinton’s lengthy absence from public life had sparked claims from some of her fiercest critics that she was faking illness to avoid testifying before lawmakers investigating a deadly attack on a US mission in Libya
Calls for inclusion, restraint, and dialogue
Presidential action threatens economic investment
US aid to Egypt could be in jeopardy
Members of the House hold no confirmation power over presidential nomination
Raissi was accused of having trained the 19 Islamist militants who carried out the attacks
Clinton’s move will be seen as an attempt to take the heat off the US president three weeks before he bids for re-election.
The second meeting between Aung San Suu Kyiand Clinton takes place
By Matthew Lee /AP DOHA: US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Thursday delivered a stark warning to Arab leaders that they will face growing unrest, extremism and even rebellion unless they quickly address depleting oil and water reserves and enact real economic and political reform. Wrapping up a four-nation tour of US allies …