Russiagate: Trump Is Trying to Put Out a Fire With More Smoke
If Republicans have a shred of intellectual integrity, they’ll ignore the president’s flailing, and follow the evidence wherever it leads.
Trump’s Silence on Russia’s Corruption Protests Shows Just How Big Putin Won
Taking down Hillary Clinton wasn't personal animus. It was an attack on core U.S. values.
Under Trump, U.S. Allies in Asia May Look to Themselves for Security
Q&A with Lindsey Ford, director of Asian security at the Asia Society Policy Institute.
Why a Trump Presidency Might Not Be as Awful as We Fear
Can he be reined in from the rhetoric of his campaign?
A Good Start
Donald Trump's very first steps as president-elect were about the best that could be hoped for.
‘Please Not the Horror-Clown!’: How the Foreign Press Is Covering Election Day
The foreign press is covering Election Day like the end of days.
What Kind of President Will Hillary Clinton Be?
What to expect on day one from the new Clinton administration.
Donald Trump’s Peace Through Strength Vision for the Asia-Pacific
How the Republican nominee will rewrite America’s relationship with Asia.
This Lifetime GOP Voter Is With Her
Why I’m voting for Hillary Clinton, and why real Republicans should, too.
From Now On, Let’s Hold Intelligence Briefings After the Election
Presidential candidates no longer need, and often do not want, classified intelligence information at this phase in the election cycle.
The World Was Watching Monday’s Debate, but the Candidates Had Little to Say About the Rest of the World
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.
The Broken Policy Promises of W. Bush, Clinton, and Obama
And why, from the Persian Gulf to Iraq to Syria, Americans haven’t gotten — and won’t be getting — the foreign policy they want.
Conspiracy Theorists Think Hillary Clinton Has a Body Double. She’s Not Alone.
Does Hillary Clinton have a body double? Well, did Saddam Hussein? What about Joseph Stalin?
Do Retired Military Endorsements Boost Support for Candidates — or Just Reduce Support for the Military?
The solicitation of retired officers to tout one candidate over another has real costs.
The Kremlin Really Believes That Hillary Wants to Start a War With Russia
An American embedded within Moscow’s top foreign-policy brain trust explains why Putin and his cadres are backing Trump.
Why Donald Trump’s Endorsement by 88 Generals Is So Dangerous
It’s not because Trump is a unique risk to U.S. national security (he is, though). It’s because when officers start playing politics, it undermines the independence of and trust in our military.
Controversy Over Military Partisan Cheerleading Continues
Generals John Allen and Michael Flynn are in dangerous waters.
Donald Trump Is the Peace Candidate
He alone can end 70 years of dangerous tensions with Russia — by extending a hand of friendship to our longtime adversary.
New Evidence Strengthens Guccifer 2.0’s Russian Connections
Researchers poke yet another hole in Moscow's disinformation campaign.