Let Us Imagine Trump and Romney’s Dinner Conversation
An imagined conversation between the president-elect and a man who very badly wants to be his secretary of state.
The Weekend Behind, the Week Ahead: Vive Le Pen, Don’t Take out Banners in Russia, and Maybe Cabinet Picks
From Mitt Romney to Marine Le Pen, Italian politics to a Colombian peace deal, here's what happened in the world this weekend.
Latest Poll of Latinos Is Very Bad News For the Trump Camp
The GOP ignored its own warnings about Latino outreach. It's going to cost Trump at the polls.
Mitt Romney: Still Wrong on Russia
The 2012 GOP nominee for president wants to remind you that he was right about Russia being America's "No. 1 geopolitical foe." He wasn't.
America’s Last Best Hope for Defeating the Islamic State Is… Iran?
U.S. firepower alone can't defeat the Islamic State. It needs to work with Iran, whether it likes it or not.
FP’s Situation Report: Syria blocks aid
Chances of war in Ukraine grow; A scramble for intel; Vets storm the Hill today; More troops to get Kony; Sardar Ahmad's final story: about a lion on a roof; and a bit more.
Why the World Can’t Have a Nate Silver
The quants are riding high after Team Data crushed Team Gut in the U.S. election forecasts. But predicting the Electoral College vote is child's play next to some of these hard targets.
Don't believe the loose talk of Barack Obama exacting vengeance on Benjamin Netanyahu -- the two leaders need each other too much to let old grudges get in the way.
How the Middle East Could Make Or Break Obama’s Legacy
Congratulations, Mr. President. You've got four more years of dealing with the world's most dysfunctional region.