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Society, Politics & Law
Joe Biden will be sworn in as President of the United States today. Fancy running in 2024? Dr Richard Heffernan has some advice on the mechanics of the system.
Writing shortly after Donald Trump assumed office, Dr John Jewell observed that a new role hadn't changed the President's social media behaviour.
It's not an unpresidented question - should poor spelling be a bar to high office? Philip Seargeant wants us to wake up and smell the covfefe.
Whatever your opinion of him, Donald Trump is unlike any American Preident of the modern era. Here, OU experts - and others - share their commentary on Donald Trump, and his impact on America and beyond.
Although a US President expressing warmth for a Russian leader might be unconventional, Dr Eszter Simon believes a modicum of trust might help international relations.
History & The Arts
When the President deletes a tweet, he's wiping out material of value to historians. Potentially. Shontavia Johnson explains what's at risk.
In her last speaking engagement as First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama showed how to give a speech that resonates.
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