This year’s presidential contest is the culmination of years of Republican surrender to the hard right.
The Republican Party of the last forty years is unraveling. Donald Trump is the straw that broke the elephant’s back.
The Republicans who support Donald Trump don’t care if he’s not a conservative. They aren’t either.
It is not the far right but tone-deaf centrist politicians who could end up radicalizing German voters.
Sensible politicians in Britain and the United States have encouraged their fringe supporters for too long.
Critics fault him for not solving every crisis in the world, but Barack Obama keeps a sense of priorities.
To win an election, Turkey’s leader has stretched communal relations almost to the breaking point.
Saudi Arabia is fighting for market share and punishing Russia for supporting Bashar Assad.
The geography and history of the Balkans help explain why so many are seeking a better life in Western Europe.
In America as well as Britain, “the party decides” and has its eyes on the prize: winning elections.
The removal of pro-Western liberals has reduced the Russian president’s inner circle to hardliners.
Why geography condemns Russia, an insecure land power, to be at odds with America.