The Globalist Staff
The Globalist’s analysis of the rise of Trump, as it happened.
By Stephan Richter | It is said that the 2016 race to become the next President of the United States is Hillary Clinton’s to lose. She may end up doing just that.
By Stephan Richter | In a nutshell: Trump will loom large just as long as Hillary Clinton does.
By Peter Morici | The Republican frontrunner reflects the U.S. electorate’s deep frustrations on the economy.
By Michael J. Brenner | How Clintonism sabotaged Democrats, aided Republicans and tripped up Hillary Clinton herself.
By Anatol Zukerman | Beyond the hate and manipulation, the candidate has struck some nerves on real issues.
By Richard Phillips | Democratic and Republican Party elites have failed to produce outcomes U.S. voters expect.
By Peter Morici | To men who have seen their economic opportunities fade, Trump sounds like he is making a good deal of sense.
By Meghnad Desai | Two outsiders in India and the United States, each determined to tackle their country’s exhausted political establishment.
By Richard Phillips | Can this crude, narcissistic demagogue actually become President of the United States?
By Richard Phillips | Trump can win this election. If he does, it will be because of Hillary’s steadfast refusal to take principled stands on any issue.
By Alton Frye | There will be far more voters this year whose “protest” against the status quo is to choose Trump himself than any third party.
By Stephan Richter | The US doesn’t actually have to be Weimar Germany — if enough people merely believe it to be.
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