It’s hardly an unusual tactic for intelligence agencies.
The next president must heal a fractured nation—not confront an evil empire.
Clinton supporters have a new fantasy of bringing down Trump with the Emoluments Clause,
Beyond the symbolic issue of bathroom bills, this is a profound crisis of identity
‘Agree with us or you’re a racist!’ says the left. What’s the point of continuing to talk, then?
We may be at the beginning of a prolonged period of civil strife
Obama’s legacy is continuing U.S. involvement in wars in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, and Yemen.
If conservatives think it’s safe to shore up the imperium again, they had better think again
Poking China in the eye continues to be remarkably ill-advised.
Silicon Valley’s platforms send wealth away from communities. Is there a local alternative?
What do we mean when we talk about justice in history?
Or is that the least of our problems when it comes to U.S.-Iranian relations?
Cruz and Graham’s bill to defund the U.N. will reduce U.S. influence in the world in a vain bid to show “strength.”
Will the dirty dossier stop detente with Putin?
Glenn Greenwald can’t stand Trump — but he says it’s madness to cheer for what calls a CIA smear campaign
To Trump, a deal’s a deal, even a bad one.
If Tillerson thinks the U.S. should have armed Ukraine in 2014, that doesn’t reflect well on his judgment.
Wall Street and the Fed have stacked the deck against Main Street—and the nation’s long-term prosperity is at risk.
The State Department opens the U.S. Diplomacy Center pavilion.
How a meeting with a malign force in her garden affected the author’s life
Whatever Tillerson’s reason for making these comments might be, it risks worsening relations with China without gaining the U.S. anything.
Nixon played China off of the USSR; Trump can play Russia off of China.
Tillerson’s prepared remarks include several worrisome statements.
A conservative Christian pastor laments the destruction of his community by an enemy: its own members
Relocating the embassy would be a cause of much grief for both governments for years to come and would gain them nothing.
Language used in the intelligence community’s latest report suggests that they may not possess indisputable evidence.
Intersectionality and the emerging war of all against all
Future historians may be challenged to explain to their contemporaries why so many people were fixated on getting the U.S. mired in a foreign civil war.