In the light of day, utopian fantasies about a failed leader are dissolving.
At least the United States will avoid more tariffs, but if the deal actually happens it will skirt the real issues and have little to do with Trump’s campaign promises.
The endless Brexit saga has brought uncertainty, instability, and confusion to Brussels. Now European leaders can get on with business.
Protesting U.S. visa delays for United Nations-based Russian diplomats, Moscow says some U.N. meetings should be held in Geneva or Vienna.
As Britain votes, traveling minorities fear a racist crackdown.
The Democratic candidate is part of a long intellectual tradition that’s gone forgotten in the West: pro-market leftism.
Britain's Conservatives won a commanding majority and a mandate to push through the prime minister's Brexit deal—but other problems lie ahead for Johnson, starting with Scotland.
Randy Schriver’s departure creates another vacancy in the department’s senior leadership.
Newly released interviews on the U.S. war reveal the coordinated spin effort and dodgy metrics behind a forever war.
Trump’s trade wars aren’t just about him or China—but global economic imbalances that the next U.S. administration will still have to address.
The only way to save journalism is to make readers direct participants in making, and paying for, the media.
Be grateful for Greta Thunberg, Emmanuel Macron—and the fact that things aren’t as bad as they could be.
The benefits of their personal relationship are clear for the Turkish president. But the U.S. president has his reasons, too.
It’s not the disease that’s worrisome—it’s the Chinese government’s response to it.