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Donald Trump on the campaign trail. His rise may have less real meaning than many analysts suggest. Reuters/Mike Segar

The risk of reading too much into the rise of Donald Trump

There has been much analysis on the rise of Donald Trump as the result of widespread social and economic unrest, but a look at the primaries shows it to be more of a quirk of the system.
The email scandal continues to haunt Hillary Clinton’s campaign with the FBI announcing that it will investigate additional emails just days before the election. Cristobal Herrera/EPA

Race to the White House – secrets and emails

Race to the White House - Episode 8. The Conversation, CC BY-ND31.7 MB (download)
This week's episode focuses on how the re-emergence of the email scandal will impact Hillary Clinton in the final week of the campaign.
Donald Trump tours a water plant in Flint, Michigan, in September. Reuters/ Mike Segar

Neither Clinton nor Trump will fix what ails America

The sad truth is that neither Trump's racist populism, or Clinton's maintenance of the status quo, will do much to help the real and biting difficulties many Americans are facing.
The court can make a big difference in workers’ lives. Jacquelyn Martin/AP

Why the Supreme Court matters for workers

A Trump victory on Nov. 8 would preserve a conservative majority on the court. A look back at its recent decisions shows why that would be very bad for workers' rights.
Julian Assange in October this year, celebrating 10 years of Wikileaks from the Ecuadorian embassy in London. AAP/Maurizio Gambarini

Hillary Clinton, Julian Assange and the US election

Martin McKenzie-Murray's recent take-down of Julian Assange and Wikileaks misses the mark in many ways.
Members of Hindu Sena, a right wing Hindu group, shout slogans during a protest against Hillary Clinton in New Delhi. Adnan Abidi/ Reuters

Trump or Clinton? What India really wants from the US election

Regardless of US presidential results, India needs to keep the United States close to maintain the balance of power in South Asia.
A high school talks over a civics assignment in an advanced placement class. Johnny Andrews/AP

Why America urgently needs to improve K-12 civic education

Only about 40-45 percent of 18-to-29-year-olds turned out to vote in the 2012 election. Civic education can improve youth turnout. But civic education itself remains neglected in US schools.

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