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In Germany, American presidential campaigns are traditionally observed with a mixture of amazement and anticipation, as they usually generate trends that will spill over to this side of the Atlantic in the next general election campaign.
The tragic attack in Orlando has created a powerful, painful link between the United States and France.
In Brussels, home to the European Union, the American election has sharpened attention on trade issues, and not in a positive way.
The UK is and always has been fanatical about the U.S. election and this year has been no different. The primary debates have been obsessed over and the candidates reviewed as if they were our own.
While there are considerable differences between the U.S. and Europe in terms of political systems and discourse, there are some important parallels as well.
In the new age of digital campaigning, GIFs have been able to visually capture a candidate’s expressions, and can be both friend and foe on the campaign trail.
Will Clinton bring over Bernie Sanders supporters to drive higher turnout as the first woman Presidential nominee of a major political party?
While California is regularly the place where public policy starts, its leadership on issues hasn’t often translated into pub-style political discussions.
At Edelman, we’ll refrain from picking sides in this race, but we will dive deep into how an election season so divisive has also been so successful in capturing our attention.
As the late, great Mr. Bowie so eloquently and famously put it: turn and face the strange. But is it the beginning of a realignment of the political parties, or the end of that realignment?