Republican Party forced to regain a competitive level for debate
Unilateral agenda without counterbalance would result a sterile debate
The agenda of the next administration of the most powerful nation of the world is at high risk of becoming trapped in sterile debate, due to the lack of competitiveness in the struggle between the major political parties: the Democratic and Republican.
Every presidential election in the United States of America stands out for the high level of confrontation of proposals, ideas and political profiles, which traditionally leads to a vast, inclusive and aggressive government´s agenda, which considers the present and future challenges local, regional and globally.
Republicans on historical fact and the absence of strong leadership to face a hegemonic block of Obama´s administration, found themselves in a position to give in to what they call an “outsider” who reached the nomination of a conservative party but who has played a leading role in the history of the great nation.
Donald Trump has lost the ability to surprise that distinguished to captivate a political segment that does not leave so easily convinced, at least for the time being and while its strategists prove otherwise, en route to the first debate in September, the business man going uphill and with a huge challenge in front of himself.
Meanwhile Hillary Clinton has leveraged the time to position her most important messages, especially those related to the pocket and the economy of millions of Americans. “Money first” “is one of the axioms that characterize the American dream, hence the success of Clinton captivate the expectation of an electorate that is skeptical and expectant to the development of the campaign for next November.
In the daily agenda and the foresight of the United States of America are preponderant issues such as the challenges of a Europe that sends warning signals to the global community on economic issues, migration, socio-cultural security, and especially the real and daily threat of terrorism.
In the daily agenda and the prospective of the United States of America are preponderant issues such as the challenges of a Europe that sends warning signals to the global community on economic issues, migration, socio-cultural security, and especially the real and daily threat of terrorism.
In other elements of high complexity for those who aspire to govern the United States is Russia and aspirations of Vladimir Putin to rebuild the status quo of their yearnings for a powerful, influential in the global geopolitical concert Russia, and taking decisive decisions in those regions which once they formed part of the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR).
In this map of complexity is worth to add the political reconfiguration of Turkey, where Erdogan seems to evoke reminiscences of the Ottoman Empire in its relationship with Europe and Asia.
At that concert of complex topics, Asia with its wide range of volatile issues among which may be mentioned the nuclear threat from North Korea, the conflicts in the South China Sea, just to name a few.
Regarding its neighbor and south trading partner of the United States, a Mexico that has critical fronts in governance and economic stability, with the challenges of drug trafficking, corruption and political instability in some provinces in the south – southeast of the Aztec nation.
In this dynamic agenda of discussions at the 2016 USA presidential election forced to consider broader, inclusive and dynamic schemes for confrontation strategies – concertation of aspiring President of the United States of America.
The debates of the presidential election in the United States are the spaces for the dynamic interaction between presidential aspirants, where proposals are exposed to the scrutiny of the American audience.
Every discussion becomes a battleground where in the end the big winner is the electorate, who has before it the opportunity to see in the field of confrontation proposals and ideas to move the most powerful nation in the world.
The impasse Hillary vs Trump
The gradual and progressive fall of Donald Trump in electoral preferences favoring a Hillary Clinton who gets better conditions for dosing times from direct exposure of herself in the race.
That Trump´s fall, does it really favors the construction of the US agenda?, that from possible scenarios of “poor confrontation of proposals in discussions”.
Trump will reach the first debate in September with the urgent need to make a change of direction in his campaign, the same aligning his contents to the tradition of the electorate and political structure of the Republicans, or conversely a frank break that seek to give a surprise hit at any cost.
What results from the confrontation of proposals and ideas, will eventually become the dominant approach of the traditional ceremony of “State of the Union”, a space where converges all the political expressions that concentrate the Republican exercise of power in the United States.
Emotion Research Lab, high-tech enterprise in neuromarketing and analysis of key players through scientific validation of the motivations and intentions behind their expressions, words and movements.
In this process Emotion Research Lab will present results of analysis and research on the behavior of the candidates for president of the United States: Hillary Clinton (Democrat) and Donald Trump (Republican Party), as well as those emerging actors who have some level of influence in the elections.
With a timely follow-up analysis of positions, messages, responses and spots of candidates Hillary Clinton (Democrat) and Donald Trump (Republican Party)
In this first stage, how profiles of the major involved players are located in the USA 2016 presidential election.
Psychologist of work, with a focus on linguistics. visiting professor at The George Washington University, Graduate School of Political Management for governance program in Latin America.
He is currently a senior analyst at Wikistrat ranked among the 50 consultants of simulation scenarios and wargaming exercises on security issues, terrorism, public policies, projects for government entities and private corporations in the United States, the Middle East and Asia.
He was nominated for the International Fellowship Award 2016 for his research “Mexico – USA bordeline security agenda”.
He has been advisor and held senior positions in the federal government in Mexico, in the Interior Ministry, General Administration of Customs, Senate.
He has advised and held senior positions in the federal government in Mexico, in the Government Secretariat, General Custom Administration and Senate.
He has lectured in Washington, D.C., New York, Bolivia, Peru, Colombia, Panama and Spain.