If Republicans favor limited government, how can they back a man who says all America needs is strong leadership?
It is difficult to see how the far-left leader could stay in power without the support of more centrist parties.
A contender for the British Labour Party’s leadership shamefully indulges in “evil Tories” stereotypes.
Marco Rubio’s proposals for American policy in the Middle East do not inspire much confidence.
Finland supports Britain’s renegotiation efforts but Sweden also worries about a two-speed Europe.
If America and China go from rivals to allies or China bungles its rise, North Korea will lose its strategic value.
Europe’s leaders won’t contain rising xenophobia by admitting more immigrants than their voters are ready for.
Closing Europe’s borders would be an emotional overreaction to the foiled terror attack on the Thalys train.
The property tycoon’s rise in the polls is the latest manifestation of an American desire for strong-willed leaders.
The Brazilian Democratic Movement Party, the largest in the ruling coalition, is reportedly preparing to walk out.
If elected leader, Jeremy Corbyn would expect Labour’s lawmakers to fall in line and back his radical agenda.
Why geography condemns Russia, an insecure land power, to be at odds with America.
To win back the presidency, Republicans need to learn to speak the language of the American middle class.
Sanctions and isolation have weakened Iran but it is still in a strong position to expand its influence in the Middle East.
If the last seventy years are any indication, Germany will continue to lead Europe with caution and deference.
Greece is culturally and economically too backward to share a currency with countries in the north of Europe.
Failing to help Greece could further delegitimize liberal economic reforms and discredit European democracy.
Russians’ self-pity and mistrust is poisoning their relations with other countries. They need to change.