Tag Archives: US politics

All hail the great disruptor!Unless you’re Cruz, Rubio…or a Democrat

By Dr Mark Shanahan So, it’s goodbye Super Tuesday and if we want to hang any name on your it would have to be ‘The Donald’. Indeed, as the Great Disruptor sits in his gold bath filled with asses’ milk, … Continue reading

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Looking towards Super Tuesday

by Dafydd Townley The American election campaign takes its first major step towards selecting the final candidates for the two major parties next Tuesday. Super Tuesday, as it has become known, is the day on which the largest number of … Continue reading

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Who’s Who: The 2016 Democrat and Republican presidential candidates

by Darius Wainwright February 2016 marked the beginning of the Democrat and Republican primaries, where preliminary elections are held to decide who should run for office. In the United States, state level primaries are held from now until June, with … Continue reading

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American Politics Group of the Political Studies Association Annual Conference 2016

‘Looking Back at Obama’ Call for Papers Dr Mara Oliva & PhD candidate Dafydd Townley will be hosting the forty-second annual conference of the American Politics Group of the Political Studies Association at the Department of History, University of Reading (UK) … Continue reading

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