Donald Trump has gained political traction by demagoguing on an issue more responsible leaders have neglected.
The deal is done. What can be done to clean up the mess?
Three Atlantic writers debate the merits of the nuclear agreement.
Don’t scrap the agreement—improve it.
Five ways Tuesday’s announcement reshapes the terms of the domestic political debate
Having Americans labor for longer hours would boost their incomes, but the balance of his agenda would lower their wages.
The unwillingness of the former secretary of state to take questions from the press contrasts sharply with Jeb Bush’s marked affinity for public disclosure.
Instead of attempting to undo the Affordable Care Act, the GOP should try to fix the legislation’s flaws.
No single law could have stopped the tragedy in Charleston, but incremental steps can reduce the risk of future attacks.
For the first time in a decade, Russia spent a higher portion of its GDP on defense than the U.S. in 2013.
The urgent case for stopping the flow of illegal migrants across the Mediterranean
Instead of offering new policies, the former Florida governor chooses to emphasize his own identity.
Her speech announced an intent to fight for her base at the expense of those outside it.
When the proceeds of growth are not widely shared, the consensus in favor of pro-growth measures cracks.
To understand the conflict’s legacy, consider what might have been.
Six more reasons to be skeptical of the former Florida governor’s ability to secure the White House in 2016
Herman Wouk deserves more critical acclaim than he’s enjoyed.
No one knows for sure what caused the historic drop in criminality, so policymakers should proceed with caution as they contemplate changes.
Several of the world’s center-right parties have modernized in ways the GOP hasn’t.
Dissenting from the tenets of a particular religion is very different than discriminating against a category of persons.