Both parties recognize that life has become too hard for middle America. They disagree about what to do.
Socialists in both France and the United Kingdom are split on whether to be pro- or anti-business.
Rapprochement with Iran will upset America’s allies but ultimately help it advance its strategic goals.
America has reason to complain, but it cannot expect its European allies to fall in line every time.
Democrats’ and Republicans’ inability to compromise has roots going back decades.
No one except the president of the European Commission is interested in militarizing the EU.
Republicans need to stop being fanatical about principles many Americans actually share.
If America is to submit China to the liberal world order, it needs India’s Narendra Modi to succeed.
The “Finland option” is no longer a viable one for Ukraine because of Russia’s own actions.
Admiration for strongmen reveals an unhealthy desire to be led and a misjudgment of sound politics.
India’s new prime minister might be interested in partnership but his country still has a long way to go.
Greece’s new leaders advocate closer relations with Russia and question the usefulness of NATO.