The former secretary of state has a chance to rehabilitate the art of politics.
Italy, Portugal and Spain get a slap on the wrist for breaking Europe’s budget rules, but no penalty.
A Donald Trump candidacy is too high a price to pay for Republican Party unity or defeating Hillary Clinton.
A “more social and inclusive” Europe is not going to convince anyone to turn away from the nativist right.
Britons who want a small state and a “strong” foreign policy are not susceptible to authoritarianism.
The German finance minister isn’t undermining the European Central Bank by criticizing its policy.
The billionaire businessman doesn’t lift people up; he drags his supporters down to his level.
No amount of support would allow steel manufacturers in the United Kingdom to compete with China’s.