Leaders League brings you detailed coverage of the US Presidential Election.
Joseph R. Biden has been elected the 46th president of the United States of America.
Joe Biden’s victory in the US presidential election ensures that history has been made. Not only did he receive the most votes in US presidential election history but his triumph also means that Kamala Harris becomes the first woman to hold the posit...
As Biden inches ever closer to the presidency, we look at what his victory might entail for the US and for international relations.
A year ago many viewed her as the ideal candidate to defeat Donald Trump. As Joe Biden’s running mate, she might just have made the difference to his tilt for the presidency.
As votes continue to be counted in the states that will decide the presidential election, Leaders League looks ahead to what might be in store if Trump wins a second term.
While the incumbent US President appears to admire the UK prime minister, Democratic candidate Joe Biden has dismissed Boris Johnson as a 'Trump clone', but he does agree with him on key issues related to the environment and international relations
As these words are being typed, the US presidential election between Donald Trump and Joe Biden is too close to call. That fact alone means that the president has performed much better than expected and could yet pull off an upset.
While German and French leaders are backing Biden, Spain’s right-wing politicians and Italy’s prime minister are siding with the incumbent US president.
The return of multilateralism, an environmental policy about-face, a warming of relations with the EU… Leaders League explores the foreign policy shifts in store should Biden win.
The incumbent president is not a fan of alliances and the US’ withdrawal from NATO could be high on the agenda if he wins a second term.
Several polls published in the US on Sunday put Joe Biden in the lead in a number of key swing-states. But polls on the eve of the US election have been wrong before. Just ask Hillary Clinton.
If money buys you the White House – as conventional wisdom would have it – then Donald Trump’s time at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue may be about to come to an end.
The controversial Supreme Court nominee has now been confirmed by the Senate. We look at seven of her rulings and opinions across a range of areas.
There have been some dire political debates of late, but Tuesday night’s US presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden takes the biscuit.