The response of President Trump to recent violence in the United States takes no responsibility for his own inflammatory language and its impact on deranged people. With the mid term elections just over a week away it is time for Americans to show their rejection by giving control of the House and Senate to the Democrats.
A special section published in the New York Times lays out the story of Russia’s meddling in the U.S. election but highlights the radically different viewpoints shared by readers of the paper and Trump loyalists.
A visit to South Africa during the elections in Zimbabwe show both the promise of Southern Africa and its ongoing challenges.
A few weeks ago, the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel took the remarkable step of publishing a photograph of herself and Donald Trump at the June meeting of the G7 in Montreal. The image, in my view will go down as a singular icon in this very delicate moment in the modern history of the west.
This November, the United States will go to the polls to elect the entire House of Representatives and about one third of the Senate. The elections matter for a number of reasons including the possible impeachment of President Trump.