From George Soros to Trump’s tweets, a guide to politicians’ favorite villains
After NATO and Chinese currency, here are a few good candidates.
Washington's foreign policy blob is in lockstep behind Trump.
What’s a Brexit negotiator to do?
If you thought 2016 was the year of suspenseful plebiscites, get ready for 2017.
A collection of decidedly undiplomatic disses
It’s not for his cat. But maybe it should be.
It’s not just the GOP. Political dominance has a way of sowing discord among those who hold it.
Trump tries out an idea that’s been gaining ground globally.
America appears to be pursuing four Mexico strategies at once.
The normal ebb and flow of diplomacy relies on a few agreed-upon falsehoods.
There can only be one. Or can there?
Some terms are more limited than others.
America’s allies and adversaries of have already seen their fortunes change under the new administration.
A guide to the unpredictable presidency to come
Why use a conference room when you can use an ice cream parlor—or an aircraft carrier?
When Twitter fingers could be trigger fingers
“Being red-faced and sweating will be the norm.”
As America gets ready for a presidential transition, a look at places where peaceful transfer of power is overdue.
From David Cameron to OPEC, a highlight reel of backing down and flaking out