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Anne Applebaum: Washington parece la capital de un país ocupado

El presidente Trump conversa con reporteros durante un vuelo desde Billings, Montana, a Fargo, Dakota del Norte, el pasado viernes. (Susan Walsh/AP) En las naciones que han conocido el horror de una dictadura o de la ocupación extranjera...

Ocasio-Cortez, la izquierda y las políticas de la identidad

La nueva esperanza del partido Demócrata ha hecho una campaña más centrada en la clase que en la identidad: forma parte de un nuevo movimiento de “millennials socialistas”. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez es la nueva esperanza del partido Demócrata...

Ronald’s out. Donald’s in.

President Trump’s trip to Europe is being portrayed by both him and his critics as revolutionary. He tells us that he single-handedly and miraculously got members of NATO to increase their defense spending sharply. His critics claim that he...

Five Democratic arguments that might resonate in the suburbs

With Capitol Hill in the background, a crowd fills the streets during the Women’s March on Jan. 21, 2017, in Washington. (Oliver Contreras for The Post) Freed from their obsessive interest in President Trump’s core base (Should...

David Brooks: The Decline of Anti-Trumpism

Anti-Trump lowbrowism burst into full bloom with the new Michael Wolff book. Credit Carlos Barria/Reuters Let me start with three inconvenient observations, based on dozens of conversations around Washington over the past year: First, people who go into the...

The Economist: The one-year-old Trump presidency

ALMOST one year into Donald Trump’s presidency, you have to pinch yourself to make sense of it all. In “Fire and Fury”, Michael Wolff’s gossipy tale of the White House, which did not welcome Mr Trump’s anniversary...