Here’s what to expect from the long-awaited—and now heavily redacted—probe into Trump’s Russia ties.
Netanyahu’s embrace and the left’s hostility have made the fast-growing Haredi Jewish population the right’s most reliable constituency.
Europe’s top economies are trying to take on China and the United States by resurrecting industrial policy. Brussels is not happy.
New pipeline projects throughout the Middle East could boost Russian influence there while also ensuring the country’s role as the prime supplier of energy to Europe.
Urban centers are taking international relations into their own hands.
Netanyahu is not the only one who opposes basic Palestinian rights. Almost all Israeli leaders reject the fundamental tenets of sovereignty that would make a Palestinian state genuine and viable.
A deadly outbreak in Congo has become a global emergency because of a raging conflict over valuable minerals.
The only thing that’s clear about the changing world order is that Americans can shape their role in it—and that they’re likely to mess it up.
By idealizing the past, Americans have made themselves unsafe in the present.
Human beings are rarely rational—so it’s time we all stopped pretending they are.