Is America’s Future South Africa’s Past?
There are uncomfortable parallels between the United States in 2020 and South Africa in the dying days of white rule.
The Journey of John Bolton: From Right-Wing Zealot to Rock of the Republic
Trump’s former national security advisor could be a key to proving the impeachment case against the president.
Divided Lawmakers Still Unite Around Ukraine
Despite the impeachment inquiry, U.S. lawmakers on both sides insist their support for Ukraine against Russian aggression remains strong.
Trump’s Plan to Slash Foreign Aid Puts Humanitarian Programs in Jeopardy
Administration hopes to bypass Congress by running down the budget clock.
Bipartisan Foreign Policy Died This Weekend
Richard Lugar represented an endangered aspect of American—and Republican Party—leadership.
History Will Remember George H.W. Bush Kindly
The United States owes a great debt to its 41st president.
Trump Officials Can’t Rescue Their Reputations With Op-Eds
They argue their actions are saving the republic, but they are really trying to save themselves.
John McCain Loved the Military Too Much
He was a hero in Vietnam, but he was too quick to advocate for future wars.
There’s No Such Thing as ‘Traditional’ Republican Foreign Policy
Trump can't ruin the GOP's foreign-policy principles, because there aren't any to ruin.
Two Years Later, No Amnesty for the GOP’s Never Trump Camp
Many remain critical, others have repented, but all are shut out from the Trump State Department.
Good Riddance to CIA Director Pompeo
Nobody's throwing goodbye parties at Langley for the outgoing boss.
Rep. Ed Royce’s Failure to Hold Trump Accountable Is a Dereliction of Duty
The chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee should use his last year in office to reverse the unprincipled silence and moral weakness of Republicans in Congress.
Trump’s First Year in Review: Views From the Republican Bench
Foreign policy veterans from previous Republican administrations look back on 2017 — the year of Trump.
The GOP Tax Plan Is a Threat to National Security
As our federal debt spirals up and up, military readiness will inevitably suffer.
Survey: One-Third of Republicans Favor Leaders Unchecked by Courts or Congress
A new global survey finds that right-of-center ideology and education affect support for democracy.
America Should Let a Thousand Political Parties Bloom
With the two party system coming apart, the United States ought to take its cues from Europe.
I Would Vote for (a Sane) Donald Trump
As Republicans and Democrats abandon the middle ground, America’s two-party system is due for disruption.
Trump Doesn’t Understand the Economics of Immigration
The United States is facing an aging population and a lack of skilled workers. The president's immigration policy is only going to make it worse.