Paul du Quenoy

Paul du Quenoy is a private investor and critic. He holds a PhD in History from Georgetown University.

Paul du Quenoy argues that Democrats are unlikely to achieve their dream of removing their most dangerous rival from contention in 2024

There were sombre scenes at Donald Trump’s Palm Beach Super Bowl party

The Republican opposition has no reason to enable any element of Biden’s agenda and every reason to oppose it

Paul du Quenoy says there is much greater continuity in Biden’s foreign policy than the current narrative suggests

Coup talk, whether or not it is admitted as such, is plainly in the air at both ends of the spectrum

A contingent election would provide at least a patina of respectable constitutionalism

America is on the verge of a constitutional crisis

What we know and can say about the 2020 US Election

Remembering the veteran Middle East correspondent Robert Fisk

If the American left has any real hope of prevailing over Trump, it may well depend on the professionalism of uniformed men in arms