Only by integrating Europe into a better network of energy security can NATO truly protect its members.
Relative to its strength in Congress, the Biden administration has proved outstandingly successful.
No government that really regarded climate change as its top energy priority would close nuclear plants before the end of their useful lives.
People with scant illusions about Trump are volunteering to help him execute one of his Big Lies.
The fight over January 6 is about much more than the law.
Nostalgia and resentment could be enough to catapult Trump back into the presidency.
The former president could still win fair and square if Biden lets these five problems spiral.
The rising prices at the supermarket checkout are a problem with no simple explanation. But Democratic hopes may depend on finding the right answer.
But not that mad.
The former cultural core of the GOP is exiting the party. The Democrats should keep those voters in their corner. Here’s how to do it.
Until now, Republicans have had a lucrative, no-risk way to rail against abortion. But accountability is coming.
The way to reduce gun violence is by convincing ordinary, “responsible” handgun owners that their weapons make them, their families, and those around them less safe.
The exit from Afghanistan may seem like a failure. But it can also be seen as a display of power.
Had Osama bin Laden been killed or captured in December 2001, justice would have been served in the way Americans like: fast, hard, and cheap.
If you can shrug it off as just another incident of Trump talking too much, then you have already signed up for the next incident—and the one after that.
Government has done what it can. Now we need to use the power of free markets to fight the pandemic.
In the United States, this pandemic could be almost over by now. The reasons it’s still going are pretty clear.
The relentless messaging by Trump and his supporters has inflicted a measurable wound on American democracy.
The U.S. cannot wall itself off from the troubles facing its neighbors.
On July 4, 1776, the United States committed itself to a set of principles. It did not always live up to those words. But the words exerted their own power.