presidential election

West’s Anti-Russian Fervor Will Help Putin Win Election On Sunday

March 18, 2018

As Russia heads into a presidential election on Sunday, Vladimir Putin’s popularity soars with every accusation and sanction Western countries hurl against him, says Prof. Alexander Buzgalin

The Laura Flanders Show

October 29, 2016
Laura Flanders interviews former presidential candidate Ralph Nader to discuss what really constitutes “people power” when it comes to the 2016 election

Second Presidential Debate A Missed Opportunity to Discuss the Need for Feminism

October 11, 2016

Liza Featherstone says that neither candidate put Trump’s remarks on sexual assault in the context of prevalent gendered violence and inequality

David Cay Johnston: Trump Has Engaged in Lifelong Illegal Conduct

October 3, 2016

The investigative and Pulitzer prize-winning journalist takes a deeper look into the activities of the Donald J. Trump Foundation and the Clinton Foundation

Trump’s Rejection of Birtherism An Attempt to Appeal to Uncomfortable White Middle Class Voters

September 17, 2016

Historian Gerald Horne explains the history of ‘birtherism’ and the ongoing ‘mainstreaming’ of Donald Trump

This Political Scientist Says You Should Vote for the ‘Lying Neoliberal Warmonger’

August 29, 2016

Adolph Reed Jr.: The left needs to understand that voting should not be a site for profound political expression, but needs to be used now for keeping out Trump

Chuck D and B-Real Are Making America Rage Again

August 29, 2016

TRNN Producer Kim Brown speaks with the members of the recently formed political music group Prophets of Rage

Why is Inflation So High in Venezuela?

February 23, 2014

Gregory Wilpert (2/2): Attempting to build socialism surrounded by a global capitalist economy and being reliant on oil revenues, Venezuela is struggling to find a solution to capital flight and exchange rate problems

Venezuela Protests Reveal Rivalry in Opposition Leadership

February 22, 2014

Gregory Wilpert (1/2): High inflation and shortages trigger a protest movement that splits opposition camp

Egypt

January 15, 2014
Mohamed Elmeshad: The adoption of a new Egyptian Constitution by a wide margin signals the public’s willingness to return to military rule under General Sisi