Amy Pope

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US women lawmakers wore white to President Donald Trump's State of the Union address in the House of Representatives in solidarity with the women's suffragette movement. Photo: Getty Images.

It has been almost 100 years since women in the United States gained the right to vote but the US still is yet to have a woman elected as president. What do you think needs to change for there to be the first woman elected to the White House?

Amy Pope: I think it’s coming soon. In the last election, the woman candidate won a majority of the votes of the popular vote. Now, because of the way the US system works, she didn’t win a majority of the electoral college, which is what she would have needed to become president.…  Seguir leyendo » “The Rise of Women in US Politics”

Early voting in Norwalk, California. Photo: Getty Images.

Americans are divided – but no longer complacent

Leslie Vinjamuri

The 2018 US midterm elections were a referendum on President Trump and in the aftermath, only one truth is crystal clear. America is divided. Americans have voted against Trump, and Americans have voted for Trump.

This division is likely to infect US politics for the next two years. Some of this division will now be given actual political expression in Congress.  But it will also be played out across America.

Two areas stand out. One is trade. Americans may well experience a deepening trade war and suffer its costs very differently.…  Seguir leyendo » “US Midterm Elections: What the Results Mean”