Tag Archives: America

Biden Wins – Experts On What It Means For Race Relations, US Foreign Policy And The Supreme Court

President-elect Biden promises a new White House agenda and style. AP Photo/Andrew Harnik Brian J Purnell, Bowdoin College; Morgan Marietta, University of Massachusetts Lowell, and Neta C. Crawford, Boston University The American public has had its say and for the first time in a generation denied a sitting president a second term. President Donald Trump’s tenure lasted just four years, ...

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#EndSARS: US-Based Nigerian I.T. Specialists Slam FG, Military Over Lekki Attack

Nigerian Information Technology professionals based in the United States have joined the worldwide condemnation of last Tuesday’s shooting of #EndSARS protesters at the Lekki Tollgate in Lagos. On behalf of the Board of Governors and members, the President of the American-based Nigeria-US IT Network, Dr. Michael A. Oriade, described the attack by the military against unarmed peaceful protesters as condemnable, ...

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Trump v Biden: A Duel Of Contrasting Masculinities

David Collinson, Lancaster University and Jeff Hearn, University of Huddersfield The second and last US presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden was another round in a duel between two very distinct forms of masculinity. An excellent moderator, Kristen Welker, combined with rule changes that reduced the candidates’ ability to interrupt each other, toned down the vitriol and helped ...

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