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Goodbye to a War

Binyamin Netanyahu and his patron, Sheldon AdelsonBinyamin Netanyahu and his patron, Sheldon Adelson, betted on Mitt Romney, with the State of Israel as their chip.

They lost.

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Ready for your close-up, Mr Xi?

Xi Jinping by Pepe Escobar

Forget about ground game, demographics, getting turnout, micro-targeting of voters, possible voter suppression, minority voting.

And forget about myriad lines at countless polling stations; here we just need the Great Hall of the People, that Stalinist marvel next to Beijing's Tiananmen Square. 

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Obama’s Victory, Romney’s Defeat

Obama’s VictoryAround the world even more than in the United States there is an audible sigh of relief the day after Obama won a clear mandate for a second term as president. Deconstructed it mainly meant that many more were relieved that Romney lost, rather than excited that Obama won. Yet there were some, with whom I partly agree, whose gaze carries beyond the narrow victory in popular vote (as distinct from the decisive victory in the electoral college vote), to appreciate a positive fundamental change in American demographics.

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A Night of Hope

Sheldon Adelsonby Adam Keller

A few hours and many cups of coffee after a night which seemed like an eternity. The CNN non-stop on the screen and experts arguing  and maps with red and blue spots. Swing states and swing counties in the swing states. Instant lessons in the physical and human geography of Virginia and Florida and Ohio. Here the countryside always votes Republican and the big city there is a Democrat bastion and here live many Blacks and there the number of Hispanics increased in the past decade and in this location Bush won in 2004 but Obama did in 2008 and there might develop a big surprise.

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An American Narcissist

Romney, NetanyahuIt would seem unfair to single out Mitt Romney as a modern day narcissist when the insufferably long American election campaign crowds to a rowdy and inglorious finale with both men and their teams equally aware that the only change that Americans have experienced has meant being short-changed, whilst being pistol-whipped by challenger and incumbent rhetoric. But heck! In for a dime in for a dollar, Romney it is; for he represents a “Collective Narcissism,” in the form of a Republican Party that is moving so viciously to the right that it just might fall off an East Coast cliff and not just the “fiscal cliff” as American debt spirals out of control, as too American foreign policy.

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