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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will seek to "not lose" in front of a television audience that is expected to rival the Super Bowl's.

Debating the debates

Harvard analysts ponder the upcoming presidential clashes, how viewers may react, and how the candidates might snare their votes

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Jill Dougherty (from left), Maxim Boycko, and John Beyrle discuss challenges the next U.S. president will face with Russia during the Future of Diplomacy project co-sponsored by the Harvard Institute of Politics.

What Russia wants

Putin and his government seek respect, stability from next U.S. administration, panel says

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“The economy isn’t money, the economy is people. It is the work, the imagination, the grit, the desire, the skill, the love of family, the creative capacity of every person that actually drives our economy and makes our country stronger,” former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley told a Harvard Kennedy School audience on April 16.

Polite populism

Possible presidential candidate Martin O’Malley proffers his ‘common-sense choices’ to spur the economy

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