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As Trade Grows, Global Connections Tighten

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THE NEW YORK TIMES – President-elect Donald Trump has taken aim at China for what he insists are unfair trade practices,threatening punitive tariffs. He has also said he would dismantle the North American Free TradeAgreement, or Nafta. See website  

Obama’s executive actions

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THE WASHINGTON POST – What president Obama’s executive actions mean for President Trump.Some of the 2,066 official signed statements that President Obama released have the force of law — unless they are repealed by another president. See website  

Thousands of votes uncounted

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THE WASHINGTON POST – Last week North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory (R) conceded to Democratic challenger Roy Cooper, who had held a small but growing lead over McCrory since Election Day. That lead stands at less than half the number…

The two americas of 2016

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THE NEW YORK TIMES – For many Americans, it feels as if the 2016 election split the country in two. To visualize this, we took the election results and created two new imaginary nations by slicing the country along the…

All you need to know about the USA Election

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THE WASHINGTON POST – In this article you will find an overview of what the most important newspapers have shown about the election results. Click on the images to see the websites. Washington Post Let’s start with Washington Post, which lets…

The spent on ads by Clinton and Trump

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THE NEW YORK TIMES – Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump are in the final sprint of spending on television advertising, which has been vastly lower than in previous elections. Get some insight about the history of the spent in…

Is Europe Swinging to the Right?

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THE NEW YORK TIMES – Amid a migrant crisis, sluggish economic growth and growing disillusionment with the European Union, right-wing parties in a growing number of European countries have made electoral gains. The right-wing parties included below range across a…

Fact checking debate

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THE WASHINGTON POST – The true, the false and everything in between. In this awesome project by the Washington Post everything is checked! Visit the website

Who Will Be President?

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THE NEW YORK TIMES – The New York Times’ elections model suggests that Hillary Clinton is favored to win the presidency, based on the latest state and national polls. A victory by Mr. Trump remains possible: Mrs. Clinton’s chance of…