From coast to coast, the 2016 election has torn up the usual order.
President-elect Trump sounded very different from candidate Trump.
Though there is no indication hackers affected the outcome of the election, we still must act to improve the cybersecurity of American elections.
Trump has won the White House by offering a vision of a bygone era, in favour of a more cosmopolitan, sophisticated future.
Leading Australian academics respond to Donald Trump’s victory, and look ahead to what kind of president he might be. Much…
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Donald J Trump has emerged victorious in the historic, and historically acerbic, 2016 American presidential election. What does this outcome mean for the world?
After seeing the worst of American democracy, the outside world will have to adjust to a hugely unpredictable president.
Some might say that financial markets over-reacted to the Brexit vote and the market reaction to the US election is the same. But Brexit won't happen till 2019, a Trump victory has already happened.
Whatever happens over the next four years it won’t be boring. Let’s hope we get through it.
Global markets are spooked - and with good reason.
Research suggests their initial reaction may portend how they will perform in the coming months and even years.
In addition to the meddling alleged in the new Mueller indictments, about one in every five election-related tweets was generated by software, not humans.
The differences between the two candidates on key policies are stark, and the result will have major implications around the world.
Looking back over past US elections you can see how the terms of the economic debate have varied – as the solutions to past crises have set the groundwork for renewed instability.
Obama managed to build stronger rapport with many countries in Southeast Asia,but lacked foreign policy initiatives. China neatly plugged that gap.
Trump is not a disease that befell the United States, he's a symptom of a potentially severe illness. Recovering American democracy will take quite some time.
Whether it's Clinton on Trump in the White House, progressive action on climate change in America - and therefore globally - is going to take a hit.
Will it be possible to put America's political life back together after the election? Britain after 'Brexit' offers a case study.