The normal ebb and flow of diplomacy relies on a few agreed-upon falsehoods.
There can only be one. Or can there?
Some terms are more limited than others.
America’s allies and adversaries of have already seen their fortunes change under the new administration.
A guide to the unpredictable presidency to come
Why use a conference room when you can use an ice cream parlor—or an aircraft carrier?
When Twitter fingers could be trigger fingers
“Being red-faced and sweating will be the norm.”
As America gets ready for a presidential transition, a look at places where peaceful transfer of power is overdue.
From David Cameron to OPEC, a highlight reel of backing down and flaking out
The Taiwan call might be just the beginning.
One president-for-life has been known to show up at rallies in clothes displaying his own face.
It’s not just “The Donald.”
And now for some non-election, happy news from all over
Will the real-estate tycoon really be disastrous for America’s international relations?
Some politicians were tormenting the establishment well before the Donald made it trendy.
“If half the things said here are true, neither can be president of the United States or any other country.”
Hillary and Bill, Melania and Donald—in marriage and politics, sometimes it’s complicated.
A celebration of outstanding leadership in a world that needs it
Not everyone can achieve what Juan Manuel Santos has. But there are other ways to feel appreciated.