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How Trump Dismissed Russia’s Role in 2016 Election — and How...

"A situation in which the personal insecurities of the President have impaired the government’s response to a national security threat" In an article based on...

The Conservative Plan for Trump to Pack Federal Courts

"If conservatives get their way, President Trump will add twice as many lifetime members to the federal judiciary in the next 12 months (650)...

A Volatile Election In Czech Republic — Now What?

Czech Republic faces "hurricane season" with new parties using anti-establishment appeals In a year of turbulence across European politics, Dr Tim Haughton of the University...

Inside the “Adult Day Care Center” of Trump’s White House

Ashley Parker and Greg Jaffe write for The Washington Post: During the campaign, when President Trump’s advisers wanted him to stop talking about an issue...

How Advisors Are Dealing with Trump’s “Fit” Over Iran Deal

“He threw a fit. He was furious. Really furious. It’s clear he felt jammed.” As Donald Trump prepares to announce decertification of Iran's compliance with...

TrumpWatch, Day 265: Trump Criticizes Freedom of the Press

Trump: "Disgusting the way the press is able to write whatever they want to write" Developments on Day 265 of the Trump Administration: Trump Calls for...

Trump’s “America First” is Becoming “America Alone”

"Trump has destroyed America’s standing in the world after just five months on the job." Brian Klaas of the London School of Economics writes for...

5 Lessons from the UK General Election

The return of "two-party tribalism", polarized Britain, & getting out the vote --- what we learned from the UK general election David Cutts and Tim...

Boosted by Trump, Saudi Arabia and Allies Break With Qatar

The international community --- in geopolitics, in oil, and in business --- is trying to get to grip with the sudden break of relations...

Every Republican Who Voted for Healthcare Abomination Should Be Held Accountable

"It is no exaggeration to say that if it were to become law, this bill would kill significant numbers of Americans." Paul Waldman of The...

US 1st-Hand: The Truth About Vetting of Refugees

PHOTO: Refugees in Jordan await vetting by US officials Natasha Hall, a former US immigration officer, writes in The Washington Post: I conducted one of my...

Syria Opinion: Everyone Connected with Aleppo Abomination Will Pay A Heavy...

PHOTO: A mother and her children pose for a last picture before leaving eastern Aleppo city Frederic Hof, the State Department advisor for Syria in...