Why a schoolyard taunt could be a savvy strategy against ISIS
In an address full of religious references, the American president avoided the phrase "radical Islamic terrorism."
A rare strike on Assad regime and its allies signals new dynamics in a long war.
What would a strike actually entail?
American leaders have shared intelligence with allies and adversaries before. But the president reportedly went much further than that.
“Sometimes I feel I’m not covering reality, but fiction.”
But Trump may have just made one more likely in the future.
Moon Jae In, South Korea’s newly elected president, has policy ideas of his own.
The greatest challenge facing Emmanuel Macron isn’t ISIS or the economy, but something more basic: governing.
The “populist wave” crashes on each country differently.
Democracies across the West are vulnerable to foreign influence—and some are under attack.
Thursday’s terrorist attack in Paris did not “help” Marine Le Pen.
It’s not about the rise of the far right. It’s about the collapse of both left and right.
Sometimes, it’s not with a coup, but with a vote.
The Trump administration issued an $89 million warning to other countries. But the message has its limits.
And is Donald Trump one?
The bitter back-and-forth between the two governments over Syria strikes underscores the longstanding dysfunction in the relationship.
“Very few actually comprehend the deadly and destructive capability of the motor vehicle,” an ISIS publication advises.
The America Firster who mocked international norms has abruptly reversed course.
At this point, there are only two ways to reverse its nuclear program, one expert says.