By James M. Dorsey, February 15, 2019
Suicide attack in Iran frames visit to Pakistan by Saudi crown prince.
By Valbona Zeneli, February 12, 2019
Why the prime ministers of Greece and Northern Macedonia may be on the road toward receiving the Nobel Prize for Peace.
By Rachel Carnell, February 10, 2019
A monarch with the temperament and selflessness of Queen Anne could save Britain from its own insanity.
By Alexei Bayer, February 8, 2019
America’s border wall with Mexico is meant to keep illegal immigrants, crime and drugs out. It will only succeed in keeping Americans in.
By Frank Vogl, February 7, 2019
President Trump dismisses Adam Schiff as a political hack pursuing the politics of revenge. But he may find him to be his worst nightmare.
By Patrick Mendis, February 6, 2019
As the U.S. Congress contemplates Trump’s wall, it ought to remember the enlightened vision of the founding fathers.
By Alexei Bayer, February 3, 2019
Where Reagan was a pro, Trump is an amateur. While Reagan was principled, Trump is anything but.
By George Haynal, January 31, 2019
The Meng Wanzhou affair has profound implications for diplomacy everywhere.