The testing time for Western liberal democracy is here; hopefully it is up the task.
Trump is the effect, more than the cause, of the crisis in American government.
There were populist and nationalist undercurrents in the Republican base long before Trump became president, and now they've been thrust into the spotlight.
The 31-year-old likely Austrian prime minister will soon be the world’s youngest head of government.
Shinzo Abe is poised to be Japan’s longest serving postwar leader and alter its top law—and that's a big deal.
President Trump’s action is already reigniting Capitol Hill seriousness on health policy. The central issue is health-care cost, especially the affordability of insurance.
Sebastian Kurz is Austria's right-wing version of Justin Trudeau. Can he successfully tackle the country's immigration challenges?
Bannon accused Iran of conducting a “pincer move through the Arab world,” language in line with those who are most critical of Iran.
Sam Tanenhaus, the former editor of the New York Times Book Review, and Jacob Heilbrunn, editor of the National Interest, discuss Donald Trump, George W. Bush, Pat Buchanan, Neoconservatives and the future of the Republican Party.
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