How America’s best and brightest once again steered the country to failure
Tulsi Gabbard, a Hawaii congresswoman, has a worldview that aligns closely with President-elect Trump’s.
The Russian leader tries to claim the role of senior partner in relationship with the U.S.
Theresa May tries to explain.
How the FSB's loyalty to Russia's president made it the country's most powerful intelligence agency
The Hall of Presidents and First Ladies in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, recently closed down, auctioning off its collection of life-size wax figures of U.S. presidents.
“Trump’s wall is already under construction,” Wole Soyinka says. “Walls are built in the mind.”
The president-elect described NATO as “obsolete,” called the EU “basically a vehicle for Germany,” and said other countries would follow the UK's lead and leave the bloc.
Here is one matter, at least, in which the Swiss refuse to be neutral.
Part of our ongoing series of photo essays at the Atlantic titled Americans at Work. This week, photographs of the daily lives and spaces of workers in Philadelphia's Municipal Offices, made by photographer Ryan Collerd
The president-elect and the risks of overconfidence
The highlights from seven days of reading about the world
A conversation on intelligence and well-meant incompetence
Why use a conference room when you can use an ice cream parlor—or an aircraft carrier?
The Wolf Moon rises over England, Ballroom dancing in Tokyo, the Dakar Rally in Argentina, and much more.
James Mattis has no new ideas for solving America's most intractable conflicts. Neither does congress.
What Rex Tillerson’s confirmation hearings revealed
The leader of a far-right French political party was seen in the building on Thursday, although it's unclear whether Trump knew she was coming.
Authorities say the mandatory lessons involving both boys and girls are necessary for integration, but not everyone agrees.
The art of kompromat
There are even deeper issues here than whether or not the unsubstantiated allegations are true.