(US) one's own style of doing things (jmds. Art, sich zu verhalten)
"There's no other explanation I can think of," writes Mike Pilewski. "There are two Barack Obamas." A look at the 2015 State of the Union address.
American Condition, Public Address or State of the Union?
Small talk, London on a budget, Scotland's future and more.
(US) a way of dealing with things ineffectively, such that they must later be dealt with again (etwa: Sisyphusarbeit)
Several factors contributed to the Democrats being voted out of power in the November 4 election, writes Mike Pilewski.
be in a situation with two possible outcomes that are equally bad (in der Zwickmühle sitzen)
unlike any other (einzigartig)
"The events in Iraq have taken the US by surprise," writes Mike Pilewski.
After five years of being held by the Taliban, US Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl is now free — but not everyone is happy, writes Mike Pilewski.
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