NATO is the physical embodiment of the idea of shared Western values. But a meeting in London highlighted how far apart its members now stand.
Jens Stoltenberg will soon be NATO’s longest-serving leader in a generation. How has he done it?
The poisoning of a double agent sparked an intelligence and PR battle between London and Moscow, the details of which are only now emerging.
A terror attack in London carries parallels to one in 2017, and once again challenges a prime minister.
The prime minister and the opposition took entirely different lessons from Britain’s 2017 election. Both are testing their conclusions to destruction.
An enormous amount is at stake, yet few people appear to be enthusiastic about the upcoming vote.
Corbyn and Trump are both populists and in a battle with ‘the swamp.’ Brexit aside, Johnson is not.
While Brexiteers believe the threat of “no deal” increases British leverage, the EU calculates that it increases its leverage and is therefore happy to play along. The result: an inevitable crisis.
Once Brexit eventually happens, the two will have to compete. It’s only natural.
The British prime minister’s efforts to reach a breakthrough on Brexit speak to the importance of personality when it comes to politics and foreign policy.
Even if Britain leaves the EU at the end of the month, the issue will not go away—much still needs to be resolved.
Two lessons emerged from the latest Brexit deal: The British prime minister garnered a concession his predecessor couldn’t, but the EU has still held the line.
At least politically, if not diplomatically, the British prime minister appears to be making some progress.
Many in Britain are hoping an election will break a political deadlock, but a vote carries risks that no one is openly acknowledging.
Britain’s leaders used to hate their parties. Now they amplify, rather than challenge, their base.
Britain’s Conservative Party has endured for hundreds of years, but in trying to pull the country out of the EU, it will have to adapt to survive.
Foreign policy in the United States was historically seen as having a bipartisan consensus on many of the most significant issues.
In sports, and in life, Europe and the United States see their societies differently—just not in the ways you might expect.
The compromises made to reach the Good Friday Agreement offer hope Britain will solve its Brexit riddle. Yet a failed effort a quarter century prior is a cautionary tale.
The country’s unwritten constitution is being stretched to its limit, but is still in place—for now.