To blame the American for all the turmoil in Asia and the Middle East is to give regional actors a pass.
A tiny Republican majority in the House of Representatives could still block much-needed reforms.
The party ends a ten-months political impasse by allowing the incumbent prime minister to stay in power.
Southern European nations oppose fresh sanctions even though they have been least affected by them.
The war in Yemen has three dimensions, only one of which directly affects the United States.
Democrats are trading one type of white voter for another while Latinos flee the Republican Party in droves.
The former French president’s uncompromising law-and-order rhetoric is turning away center-right voters.
The Republican presidential candidate suggests one of his accusers was not attractive enough to assault.
After the death of Thailand’s Bhumibol Adulyadej, there will be even fewer monarchs with political power.
Socialist lawmakers in the south of Belgium oppose a treaty that is supported by the right-wing national government.
Rather than assume more responsibility themselves, some middle powers are switching patrons.
Mariano Rajoy tells his British counterpart Spain would block a special arrangement for the peninsula.