If Republicans have a shred of intellectual integrity, they’ll ignore the president’s flailing, and follow the evidence wherever it leads.
Taking down Hillary Clinton wasn't personal animus. It was an attack on core U.S. values.
Can he be reined in from the rhetoric of his campaign?
Donald Trump's very first steps as president-elect were about the best that could be hoped for.
The foreign press is covering Election Day like the end of days.
What to expect on day one from the new Clinton administration.
How the Republican nominee will rewrite America’s relationship with Asia.
Presidential candidates no longer need, and often do not want, classified intelligence information at this phase in the election cycle.
Neither candidate committed a major new foreign policy gaffe — just, alas, a bunch of old familiar ones — but the debate did not offer much insight.
And why, from the Persian Gulf to Iraq to Syria, Americans haven’t gotten — and won’t be getting — the foreign policy they want.
Does Hillary Clinton have a body double? Well, did Saddam Hussein? What about Joseph Stalin?