Source: The Independent Anti-establishment candidate pledges to ‘eradicate corruption’ Left-wing politician and former mayor of Mexico City Andres Manuel López Obrador has claimed a historic victory in the presidential election in Mexico. Mr López Obrador is projected to win approximately 53 per cent of the … Continue reading
Source: RT.com The Democratic Unionist Party has agreed to the principles of an outline agreement to support Theresa May’s Conservative Party on a “confidence and supply” basis, Downing Street announced Saturday.
Text: Žikica Milošević Once again in 2016 we have awaken in the morning to find a different reality. Just a few days prior to the U.S. election, I spoke to my friend about the prospects and everybody seemed to agree … Continue reading
Source: RT.com The Washington establishment and its fans and defenders got their comeuppance this week, and they’re finding it very difficult to get their heads around it. Before we go any further, I should clarify that I’m no fan of … Continue reading
Source: RT.com Politicians all over the world are reacting as Donald Trump has become president-elect of the United States. Some are congratulating him, while others are in shock.
Source: The Guardian Former bitter Democratic primary foes reconcile at joint rally after series of policy compromises to party platform made to reflect Sanders’ campaign ideas
Source: The Guardian Constitutional court overturns result of election in which independent Alexander Van der Bellen narrowly beat far-right candidate Norbert Hofer
Source: The Guardian A Clinton-Trump face-off in November looks more likely than ever. With both candidates having high disapproval ratings, victory may go to the least disliked
Jovo Bakić is a Serbian sociologist. Born in 1970 in Belgrade, where he has lived with minor interruptions since 1985. He lived in Niš, Prizren, Sarajevo, Podgorica. He was also trained at the universities of Oxford, Helsinki and the University … Continue reading
The two-party system might have had its last breath. Now we can clearly see 5 branches of US politics: Democrats (Clinton), Social Democrats (Sanders), Republicans (Bush), Tea Party Conservatives (Cruz) and Populists (Trump). This time is not official but in … Continue reading