Russia is a great power again in Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Where does it go from here?
The House leader says he can no longer defend Donald Trump, but he still supports the Republican nominee.
They should never have nominated Trump, but let’s not revile Republicans if they come to their senses now.
Theresa May is right that liberals have been aloof. That doesn’t mean they’ve been wrong on the issues.
Yearn though Colombians might for peace, fifty years of war has left them yearning even more for justice.
One could cast the Netherlands’ Mark Rutte in the role of Hillary Clinton and Geert Wilders as Donald Trump.
Colombians narrowly reject a peace deal with the FARC. A way forward is now hard to imagine.
Theresa May is unable to deliver on the Brexit campaign’s promise of deregulation.
The Filipino president’s rhetoric reeks of opportunism rather than strategy, but there is risk in the long term.
Editorial boards are breaking with generations of Republican support to endorse Hillary Clinton.
The Catalan leader puts down a rebellion inside his coalition and presses ahead with plans to secede from Spain.
If they blame Pedro Sánchez for not going into government with the center-right, would they?