Did Assad Order the Syrian Gas Attack?

Once again, actual intelligence seems sparse.

The French Intellectual Right

An effort to put thinkers in their proper political categories

Macron: The EU’s Last Best Hope?

Is he the future of France, or one of the last men of yesterday?

Gladhanding Investment Bankers Not the Best Look for Macron

He is a genuine man of mystery.

Trump and the Thucydides Trap

Could sloth and incompetence prevent war?

Why Do We Want a Cooperative Relationship With Russia?

What Time magazine doesn’t understand about the noninterventionist right

Le Pen Will Get Her Chance

The first poll shows Macron beating Le Pen 62–38. I’m pretty sure she’ll do better than that.


Is Turkey Still a Bridge to the West?

Recep Tayyip Erdogan has destroyed founder Ataturk’s secular heritage and taken his nation down an Islamist path.

Is Democracy in a Death Spiral?

It requires common ground on which all can stand, but that ground is sinking beneath our feet.

Causeur Editor Gil Mihaely Sits Down with TAC

The French magazine believes in sovereign states with borders.

America’s Misadventures in the Middle East

It’s time for a fundamental reexamination of the U.S. role in the region.

Le Pen Doubles Down at Crunch Time

Her ideal France wants simply to be able to be itself.

Brexit Referendum 2.0

Why Britain is going to the polls for the third time in as many years.

Cuba and the Art of the Deal

Tough talk is cheap, but at the end of the day, you have to deliver the goods.

‘Rules for Foreign Intervention’ on Tucker Carlson Tonight

Watch the video.

Emmanuel Macron, Blairite for the Current Season

He is an appealing candidate in many ways and would be more so under different circumstances.

The Cost of Free-Riding

Why South Korea may come to regret its dependence on the U.S.