Determined to achieve geopolitical predictability, they’ve destroyed something far more precious.
We claim to be fighting terrorism. So why don’t we get tougher on the United Arab Emirates?
Last week’s G7 summit was eclipsed by the president—and that isn’t necessarily a good thing.
Nikki Haley’s withdrawal from the Human Rights Council might feel good, but it leaves America weaker and worse off.
She says anti-discrimination legislation was a Republican solution to a Democratic problem. Here’s what she gets wrong.
Europe’s populist wave is still building—and it could claim the German chancellor next.
Their likely next president has been compared to Hugo Chavez but he actually has much in common with Donald Trump.
Negotiating is tough, it takes a long time, and sometimes you bow to unsavory people.
We must cool the inflammatory rhetoric and begin the process of fixing what’s broken.
Many think Beijing will pick up where the president left off on green energy. Not so much.
Before you grab the ‘raw,’ some thoughts on how food was before safety and labeling regs were passed.
Amazon’s bid for $10 billion cloud computing deal has competitors crying foul.
Last week was tough for them electorally. But those losses were more complex than just Trump versus the Tea Party.
The Trump presidency and the voids left by the right have many liberals reconsidering the small and the particular.
But can locally empowered communities really fix our schools’ problems?
Beijing policymakers may not be as happy as the headline writers think.
From agrarian wisdom of Wendell Berry to the gumshoe grist of Raymond Chandler, our editors and writers share what they are reading.
No surprise that a foreign influence operation is lurking behind Trump’s abrupt policy shift.
Despite what his critics say, Viktor Orbán has far more of a democratic mandate than they do.