Memorable leaders do not merely govern by consensus, they make tough decisions
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Are TV election debates politically useful
Last year's Presidential race saw "the special relationship" create a new kind of investment, with many young Brits heading over to help on the campaigns
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President Obama chose familiar Washington faces for his new foreign policy team, at the expense of experienced technocrats
In U.S. politics, 2012 is the Year of the Women.
Reem Abdou discusses the unique performance of political meaning-making and its influence in the 2012 election
George Hammond on the campaign trail in North Carolina