Barack Obama leaves America and the world better prepared for the tumultuous years that lie ahead.
Rural areas reassert themselves against the city by electing Donald Trump and voting Britain out of the EU.
From Lisbon to Berlin, center-left parties are breaking the taboo on pacts with the far left.
White college graduates and minority voters increasingly lean Democratic. It just wasn’t enough for Hillary Clinton.
Republicans need to slay the monster they have created or cede the center ground to Democrats.
Democrats are trading one type of white voter for another while Latinos flee the Republican Party in droves.
The Republican candidate has more than a few things in common with the worst leaders in European history.
Americans vote on everything, but usually don’t have a lot of choice. Here is a way to change that.
The president’s impeachment will do little to lift Brazil’s economy out of recession or clean up its politics.
Liberals and progressives need to do a better job of persuading those who might vote for nativists.
Donald Trump represents the sort of stereotypically male qualities that American politics can do without.
While their male counterparts treat politics like a game, these women offer serious, disciplined leadership.