The 46th president of the United States is ushering in a new foreign policy based on multilateralism
Ending the lockdown is a policy both Trump and Biden voters could agree on
Much like there was an overwhelming euphoria that gripped many Zimbabweans when they finally said asante sana to Robert Mugabe, Trump’s removal won’t change the colour of America’s fabric too drastically
Many African countries modelled their political system on the United States. But given the flaws in the model, it may be time to reconsider
W. Joseph Campbell provides a critical perspective on 2020’s election polling
Disappointed United States demonstrators protested Donald Trump’s victory.
As Trump takes the US’s gaze inward, Africa could be rocked by loss of market access and healthcare funding
Only a quarter of the US’s active citizenry supports president-elect Trump, and many may do so only provisionally.
Some handy tips for the American president-elect from the people in the know.
The Republican nominee carries on stumbling from one gaffe to another and high-profile party officials are defecting.
She may seem the most electable Democratic hopeful, but can voters be persuaded to trust her?
Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders says there is no reason for the Democrats to give up on Republican strongholds.
Trump enjoys key advantages under federal communications law, which gives his campaigns special privileges over all other potential TV advertisers.
Witnessing both conferences is to see anger from the Republicans and abiding hope from the Democrats.
Democrat mayor and Republican senator symbolise the divide between left and right in the Hispanic demographic.
Republican White House hopeful Mitt Romney romped to victory in the Nevada caucuses, cementing his position as frontrunner to take on Obama.
Frontrunner Mitt Romney and rivals for the Republican presidential nomination will face off in a high-stakes debate ahead of New Hampshire’s primary.
Tim Pawlenty has dropped out of the 2012 US presidential race — a day after a disappointing showing in an early test of strength among his party.
The web was alive with all things Obama ahead of his inauguration in Washington, DC, on Tuesday, as thousands made use of Twitter.
The crowds Obama drew gave a glimpse of how Americans can come together for change.
US president-elect Barack Obama and vanquished rival John McCain met on Monday for the first time since the November 4 election.
Of all the charges hurled at liberalism in America since the 1970s, few have proven as potent as the allegation of ”liberal hypocrisy”.
(Note to postman, in case the inauguration is fast- tracked please forward this letter to the White House in Washington)
The election of the first black president in US history should send a powerful signal to young black Americans: If Barack Obama made it, so can you.
When George Bush acts as host to Barack and Michelle Obama on a visit to the White House on Monday, it will be an increasingly rare event.
Sarah Palin’s supporters want her to run for president, but to millions of others she is an embarrassing joke.
When Bush and Obama meet at the White House on Monday for the ”psychological transfer” between them, the moment has potential for awkwardness.
At 8 o’clock last Monday morning, the day before he was to become president elect, learned that the woman who had raised him was dead.
As US election day approached, both presidential candidates were given a CIA briefing, sketching out the shape of the world the winner would inherit.
The Troyeville Hotel heaved with party people on Wednesday night as hundreds turned up to celebrate Barack Obama’s White House win.
”I wish you would make up your mind, Mr Dickens. Was it the best of times or was it the worst of times? It could scarcely have been both.”
US citizen Tanya Pampalone headed to the Hyatt hotel to watch, wait and finally weep as Barack Obama triumphed.