Congress’s Anti-Semitism Act Won’t Stop Hate Crimes Against Jews
The debate over anti-Semitism on Capitol Hill is about scoring political points, not protecting religious minorities.
NATO Needs Solidarity for Its 70th Birthday
Trump should dial back the admonishment and offer allies the chance to unite over common purpose.
All the Legal Trouble in Trumpworld
Robert Mueller has finished his investigation, but that may be the least of the U.S. president’s worries.
Bernie Sanders Still Doesn’t Pass the Commander-in-Chief Test
It’s time to stop grading the Democratic front-runner’s foreign policy on a curve.
Dear Democrats: Don’t Let Trump Kill the Two-State Solution
Here’s how the new Congress should buy time for Israeli-Palestinian peace under the next president.
Two Years of Trump: Views From the Democratic Sideline
Resolutions for the Democratic Party in 2019.
How to Make Climate Change Doubters Pay a Political Price
Leaders who refuse to acknowledge the public health consequences of air pollution, disease outbreaks, and drought will soon feel the wrath of voters at the polls.
Want to Win the Midterms? Spend Less on War
The intensification of the liberal-neoconservative alliance under Trump is not good news for Democrats.
Nikki Haley Will Be Back
Trump’s U.N. ambassador is the only cabinet official to have emerged from the administration stronger than ever.
Changing Global Gender Norms Is Possible
What India can show the United States about how to disrupt rape culture.
As Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson Didn’t Follow the Script for Success
Don’t hate the player — hate the game.
American Democracy Is an Easy Target
Americans have become paranoid about foreign cyberattacks on their political system, but they have nobody but themselves to blame.
Republicans Are AWOL on Russian Election Meddling
The GOP's absence from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee's report on Russian interference is sad and abnormal.
Trump’s Systematic, Deliberate Deception Is an Impeachable Offense
The president cannot be excused just because he is a politician who feels entitled to play the game.
Scoops on Paul Manafort Raise New Questions About the Russia Investigation
People anticipating a swift end to this drama should temper their expectations.
The Trump Team’s Accusations Against Comey Are Prototypical Abuses of Power
They are particularly pernicious because of the White House’s attempts to involve the Justice Department.
Condoleezza Rice and Bob Gates Should Apologize for Endorsing Rex Tillerson
Too many Republicans these days are convincing themselves that private handwringing or wincing is an adequate response.
Our Missing President
Two crises in the past week demanded leadership of the singular sort that only the president can supply. Trump failed on both counts.