The president has been frustrated on many fronts in his first hundred days, but on his watch, unauthorized border crossings have fallen sharply.
Writers like Rick Perlstein who find in 2016 evidence to validate their darkest views of Republicans miss the ways in which Trump’s rise is a story of discontinuity.
Why does the president want to undo the post–World War II order?
In trying to extinguish Central European University, Viktor Orban has attacked one of the last remaining bastions of liberty in his country.
The attack raises a series of questions about the president’s approach to America’s political processes and institutions.
The resources of a determined president are great, and Trump’s enablers are powerful.
Conservatives once warned that Obamacare would produce the Democratic Waterloo. Their inability to accept the principle of universal coverage has, instead, led to their own defeat.
New books point to gathering trouble in both Asia and Europe.
Judge Derrick Watson’s imaginative reasoning asserts a new power to disregard formal law if the president’s words create a basis for mistrusting his motives.
As efforts to repeal the ACA sputter, the GOP can refocus on protecting private enterprise from the voracity of a health-care industry that takes too much and delivers too little.
As right-wing parties across the West indulge fascist impulses, should the United States pursue a relatively restrictionist or libertarian policy?
Rolling back Obamacare will require full Republican support in the Senate. Rand Paul—and others—could defect using a familiar political play.
Glowing reviews of the president’s first address to Congress miss the crucial respects in which he fell short.
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…
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