Citizen Obama: The future of the past President
Barack Obama is leaving the White House, but it's unlikely it's last of him. A University of Melbourne explores what's next in his US presidential legacy.
Trump + Twitter: Unfettered honesty or unchecked vitriol?
Donald Trump uses Twitter avidly to set policy, but also attack his opponents. Whether he’ll be reined in when he moves into the White House is anyone's guess.
How the unfit triumphed over the uninspiring
Hillary Clinton lost because she didn’t promise any real change. A University of Melbourne experts says people had grown weary of her progressive platitudes.
New world order: Trump’s foreign policy
President-elect Donald Trump has indicated almost everything on US foreign policy is open to re-negotiation, says University of Melbourne expert.
The US Election is a policy-free zone
Policy issues make up less than nine per cent of media coverage and the presidential qualifications account for even less says University of Melbourne experts.
Why Americans won’t vote for Trump or Clinton
The US electoral system is stacked against third party candidates, but they are giving voice to widespread voter disaffection that neither main party can ignore
Debate trilogy: From the mad to the bad to the crazy
The three divisive Donald Trump-Hillary Clinton debates in the 2016 Presidential campaign shows the diverse and wondrous perplexity of United States politics.
Debate 3: Trump turns to language of advertising
The third 2016 US Presidential debate featured some policy discussion amid Donald Trump's appeal to voter insecurities says University of Melbourne experts.
Why Trump is like the Terminator
Just like the movie character Terminator, Donald Trump is still standing in the Presidential race despite the hammer blows he’s taken to his reputation.
Debate 2: All about insults, not issues
The second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump was the most divisive America has ever seen, says University of Melbourne expert.