International Opinion Review:
Commentary from the World Press about the US Presidency, Foreign Policy, Economy Culture and more…
Monday Sept 10, 2010
Canada: The Globe and Mail
The flight from reality of so many Americans into the nether worlds of ideology is discouraging when it’s not frightening.
Last week, we witnessed the blending of libertarian economics with social conservatism that is the contemporary Republican Party. This week, the restless coalition that is the Democratic Party has been on display. Globe and Mail
Ireland: The Irish Examiner
President Obama, in his acceptance speech for the Democratic nomination for President, made reference to restoring ‘the values that built the largest middle class and the strongest economy the world has ever known’. Examiner
Korea: The Dong-A Ilbo
In the U.S., a candidate who ignores beer and sports, two things heavily favored by white men, is traditionally expected to never win a presidential election. Ilbo
Saudi Arabia: Al-Hayat
“Clinton’s Style” and “Obama’s Failure” and the Middle Class
In Charlotte, the Democrats delivered long speeches and tried not to make any promises, just like the Republicans spoke on the other end, and the competition will remain heated until November. Al-Hayat
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