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Eleições Intercalares nos Estados Unidos
12 | Novembro | 2018

As eleições intercalares nos Estados Unidos deram, aos Democratas, a maioria na Câmara dos Representante e, aos Republicanos, no Senado. Qual será o impacto desta composição do Congresso para a Presidência Trump ao nível da política interna e externa?

 



Recursos
| Opiniões & Análises | Editoriais | Notícias

 

Recursos
Remarks by President Trump in Press Conference After Midterm Elections [7/11/2018]
White House

2018 Midterm Election Results [7/11/2018]
The New York Times

Midterm Congressional, State, and Local Elections
USA Government

 

Opiniões & Análises
If the Midterms Were a Referendum, Trump Won [12/11/2018]
Musa al-Gharbi, Washington Post

New Democrats successfully (and quietly) help take back majority [12/11/2018]
Scott Peter, The Hill

Let the People Vote [11/11/2018]
David Leonhardt, New York Times

2018 Was Way Better for Democrats Than Most Seem to Think [10/11/2018]
Chris Cillizza, CNN

The Resistance Strikes Back [10/11/2018]
Michelle Goldberg, New York Times

Obama Is Still Electoral Kryptonite in Swing States [09/11/2018]
Rachel Stoltzfoos, The Federalist

Nancy Pelosi’s First Order of Business Should Be to Reclaim the Power of the House [09/11/2018]
Greg Weiner, New York Times

The Midterm Elections in the United States [8/11/2018]
Daniel Shapiro and Eldad Shavit, INSS

Why Democrats Must Impeach the President [8/11/2018]
Tom Steyer, New York Times

Democrats face tough 2020 battle after blowing chance at blue wave [08/11/2018]
Kristin Tate, The Hill

The Midterms Prove Only One Thing: Trump Owns the GOP [7/11/2018]
Daniel McCarthy, National Interest

What the Democrats Must Do Now to Defeat Trump [7/11/2018]
David Remnick, The New Yorker

US Midterm Elections: What the Results Mean [07/11/2018]
AA.VV., Chatham House

Democrats Won the House, But Trump Won the Election [7/11/2018]
Ed Rogers, Washington Post

What a Democratic House means for Europe [7/11/2018]
Tyson Barker, Politico

For Democrats--and America--a Sigh of Relief [7/11/2018]
Frank Bruni, New York Times

The fight goes on: Election Night 2018 [7/11/2018]
Elaine Kamarck, Brookings Institution

Forget the Blue Wave. Behold the Purple Puddle [7/11/2018]
Glenn Reynolds, USA Today

Voters Want Balance, Not Resistance [7/11/2018]
Josh Kraushaar, National Journal

Democrats' Health-Care Revenge [7/11/2018]
Jeff Spross, The Week

Florida Survives Category 5 Liberalism  [7/11/2018]
George Neumayr, The American Spectator

Vote Republican and Continue the Jobs Boom [6/11/2018]
Donald Trump, FOX News

Europe’s Midterm Results: More Trump [6/11/2018]
Pierre Vimont, Carnegie Europe

Vote Your Fears on Health Care, Not Caravan 'Crisis' [6/11/2018]
Andy Slavitt, USA Today

The Women's Revolt: Can the Resistance Save America? [6/11/2018]
Michelle Goldberg, New York Times

Let's Vote to Uphold Our Nation's Values [6/11/2018]
James Comey, New York Times

Will Trump Shatter His Own Mystique? [6/11/2018]
Harris & Johnson, Politico

Dems Aren't Moving Left. They're Returning to Their Roots. [6/11/2018]
Joshua Zeitz, Politico

What Democrats Don't Get About the Economic Resurgence [6/11/2018]
Liz Peek, The Hill

The Paradox of Trump's Poll Numbers and the Midterms  [6/11/2018]
Mark Penn, The Hill

The Democrats Have Not Earned Your Vote [6/11/2018]
David French, National Review

A Chance to Reverse Damage Trump Has Done to Democracy [6/11/2018]
Dylan Matthews, Vox

Conservatism and Populism Go Back Centuries [06/11/2018]
Peter Berkowitz, Wall Street Journal

«Le parti républicain s'est conformé à l'image de Trump et à son nationalisme assumé» [05/11/2018]
Alexandra de Hoop Scheffer , Le Figaro

How could voter turnout influence US elections outcome? [03/11/2018]
Reinhilde Veugelers and Nick Kingsley

Three ways the US midterm elections will affect world politics [02/11/2018]
Fred Kempe, CNBC

Our right to vote [2/11/2018]
John R. Allen, Brookings Institution

Anticipating trouble: Congressional primaries and incumbent behavior [1/11/2018]
Elaine Kamarck and James Wallner, Brookings Institution

CSIS Election Cybersecurity Scorecard: The Outlook for 2018, 2020 and Beyond [1/11/2018]
William A. Carter, CSIS

Midterms of engagement: How the next US elections will affect Europe [31/10/2018]
Jeremy Shapiro, ECFR

What to Expect from the U.S. Midterm Elections [10/2018]
German Marshall Fund

Will minority and female turnout surges seal Democratic midterm victories? [31/10/2018]
William H. Frey, Brookings Institution

Midterm elections 2018: protegiendo el voto [26/10/2018]
Carlota García Encina, Elcano

Conservative Lawmakers Are Suppressing Voters—Here’s What You Can Do to Fight Back [26/10/2018]
Danielle Root and Connor Maxwell, Center for American Progress

American Democracy Is in Crisis, Not Just Because of Trump [07/08/2018]
Simon Tisdall, The Guardian

Can’t win midterms — on either side — with extreme messaging [05/08/2018]
Douglas Schoen, The Hill

 

Editoriais
Donald Trump being at bay after the midterms [11/11/2018]
The Observer

The Democrats Won the House. Now What? [07/11/2018]
New York Times

Washington Will Benefit From Bipartisan Rule [07/11/2018]
Bloomberg

The new Congress can shed old habits [07/11/2018]
CS Monitor

A Strong Night for Republicans as 'Blue Wave' Fizzles [07/11/2018]
Washington Examiner

Gridlock Ahead: What Does It Mean for Trumponomics? [07/11/2018]
Investor's Business Daily

Midterms: l’ancrage du trumpisme [07/11/2018]
Le Monde

America Votes (Or Tries To) [06/11/2018]
New York Times

The Only Responsible Choice Is a Democratic Congress [06/11/2018]
Bloomberg

Trump, Republicans Have Delivered on Promise of Economic Boom [06/11/2018]
New York Sun

Prosperity Is on the Ballot Tuesday [05/11/2018]
New York Post

Trump Scapegoats Refugee Caravan for Midterm Votes [05/11/2018]
Miami Herald

Why Real Conservatives Will Vote Republican on Tuesday [05/11/2018]
Washington Examiner

Midterms Will Determine Future of Trump Presidency [05/11/2018]
South China Morning Post

Blue wave wanted [04/11/2018]
The Guardian

Tuesday a Chance to Reject Trump's Demagoguery [04/11/2018]
Washington Post

The Elections Offer America a Chance to Change [02/11/2018]
The Economist

Republicans' Great Enemy: Voters [01/11/2018]
Washington Post

Why Would Dems Oppose Measures Ensuring Clean Elections? [01/11/2018]
Washington Times

Voters: This Is What's at Stake in the Midterms [30/10/2018]
Washington Post

 

Notícias
Trump claims 'honest vote' not possible in Florida as counties rush to recount [12/11/2018]
Erin Durkin, The Guardian

Uncounted Ballots, Overvoted Ballots: Why Is the Governor Claiming Fraud in Florida’s Election? [11/11/2018]
Frances Robles and Patricia Mazzei, New York Times

'Democrats won the House but Trump won the election' – and 2020 is next [10/11/2018]
David Smith, The Guardian

A night of firsts: the candidates who made history in the 2018 midterms [07/11/2018]
Sam Levin and Julia Carrie Wong, The Guardian

Midterm Election Results: 4 Key Takeaways [07/11/2018]
Jeremy W. Peters, Matt Flegenheimer, Elizabeth Dias, Susan Chira, Kate Zernike and Alexander Burns, New York Times

Democrats win the House, and Jewish lawmakers step into key roles [07/11/2018]
Ron Kampeas, JTA

A New York, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez devient la plus jeune parlementaire de l’histoire des Etats-Unis [07/11/2018]
Le Monde

Etats-Unis: ce qu’il faut retenir des résultats des élections de mi-mandat [07/11/2018]
Le Monde

Midterms 2018: Obama makes last ditch attempt to win Democrat votes in Virginia with rousing rally speech [06/11/2018]
Andrew Buncombe, The Independent

11 Key Places That Will Decide the Midterm Outcome [06/11/2018]
Charles Mahtesian, Politico

Trump Has Delivered on His Promises at Home and Abroad [06/11/2018]
Brett Decker, USA Today

Dems Aren't Certain to Win House, But They're Clear Favorites [06/11/2018]
Nate Silver, 538

'Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Who's the Leftest of Them All?' [06/11/2018]
Deroy Murdock, FOX News

Did Walker, Trump Deal Away Wisconsin Race to Foxconn? [06/11/2018]
Dan Kaufman, New Yorker

National Politics Has Taken Over America [05/11/2018]
Emma Green, The Atlantic

For U.S. Democrats, the House is theirs to lose [04/11/2018]
Michael Wilner, Jerusalem Post

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