The far-left Socialists attempt to distinguish themselves from Labor by ruling out a coalition with the right.
Benjamin Netanyahu and the Israeli right have succeeded in politicizing American sympathies for Israel.
When we lose trust in one another, we’re more likely to demand or accept strong-handed leadership.
Globalization benefits big cities. Rural areas and small towns feel left behind, even if they’re not necessarily poor.
Winning the support of his own Socialist Party could come at the expense of Manuel Valls’ credibility in a general election.
Beppe Grillo proposes to defect from Nigel Farage’s Euroskeptic group in Strasbourg in order to join the liberals.
Anybody who stands in the way of making Britain’s exit from the European Union a “success” must be a traitor to the cause.
Russophiles argue for an accord with Vladimir Putin’s Russia. What would the West gain from such a deal?
Democrats and Republicans are not mirror images of each other. Will this asymmetry last under Donald Trump?
Russia’s geopolitical position has improved, but its economy has suffered from the choices Vladimir Putin made.
Few blame Angela Merkel and her open-door immigration policy for the terrorist attack in Berlin.
Right-wing leaders in Israel act as though the United States need them more than they need the United States. They’re wrong.