The self-proclaimed WikiLeaks lover is poorly positioned to complain about the release of information that disadvantages his administration.
If they don’t act decisively now, when will they?
A senior American official was compromised by his relationship with a foreign government. Who else has ties to the Russian state?
Trump’s national security adviser’s potentially false statements about his pre-inauguration contacts with Russian officials are a major scandal.
(Editor’s note: David Frum dropped in on the TAD discussion group of Atlantic readers for an “Ask Me…
Perspective from the right on Trump’s political challenge for the left
David Frum on Donald Trump's authoritarian tendencies
The preconditions are present in the U.S. today. Here’s the playbook Donald Trump could use to set the country down a path toward illiberalism.
The liberal scorn for nationhood and refusal to adapt immigration policy to changing circumstances enables the rise of extremism in the West.
Assessing the risks of service
Commentators love to praise the peaceful handover of power—but this year, it stands as a reminder of the system’s fragility and shortcomings.
If Vladimir Putin intervened in the U.S. election to help the NATO-skeptical candidate, the alliance is enhancing its forces anyway.
It was the president-elect’s hyperbolic characterizations of the pilfered material that turned routine documents into the stuff of scandal.
Assassinations can make good excuses for military conflict, but they don’t cause it.
Who is the patsy at the table?
As the culpability of Putin’s government becomes more clear, a host of other issues remain unresolved.
The right way to deal with social media’s neo-Nazis is not by taking away their platforms, but by taking away their audiences.
It’s not all Donald Trump’s fault. But he has in every way already made the situation gravely worse.
What happens to the American republic will depend on whether Trump’s fellow partisans empower and enable him.
Why support a candidate who rejects your preferences and offends your opinions? Don’t do it for her—do it for the republic, and the Constitution.