Donald Trump represents the sort of stereotypically male qualities that American politics can do without.
Whether Russia leaked the Democrats’ emails or not; it obviously wants Donald Trump to become president.
In the spring of 1941, the German armies seemed capable of anything — even invading the Middle East.
The Democrat distinguishes herself from Donald Trump by promising smart, steady leadership.
There are more able politicians than Owen Smith to challenge Jeremy Corbyn, but they’re sitting this one out.
Recep Erdoğan’s ability to quash the military putsch gives him free rein to reverse Turkish history.
The Republican candidate equivocates when asked if he would protect allies who are attacked by Russia.
On immigration and trade, anti-Trump Republicans have more in common with the other party than their own.
Right-wing rhetoric on security has severed any relation with reality in favor of pure and uncontrolled emotion.
Ireland’s Enda Kenny for the first time raises the possibility of incorporating Northern Ireland into his country.
The Republican forgives his vice presidential candidate for his Iraq War vote, but not Hillary Clinton.
Speakers whip up fear and hate while anti-Trump forces are drowned out by what they describe as “brownshirts”.
After surviving a military putsch, Turkey’s president is doing the opposite of what his country needs.