As tragic as September 11 was, it triggered a return to the American past – a nation driven by fear, not optimism.
Are we finally reaching the post-ideological age? Given the complexity of today’s world, that would represent major progress.
How the U.S. Senate’s filibuster rule must be modified to restore majority rule and give the U.S. a prayer to be a modern, dynamic country.
In a curious twist of history, Baerbock holds the promise to execute on what turned out to be Angela Merkel’s highly misleading self-advertising.
One does not need to be a hardliner on China, just a global realist, to see that there is a vast gap between Xi’s rhetoric and reality.
Americans’ willingness to work with each other and to learn from one another is becoming ever more deficient.
Why did all the brainpower assembled at Aspen have no solutions to the United States' biggest problems?
The far too liberal use of deadly force by police in a conservative country.
The late Mariusz Handzlik, diplomatic advisor to President Lech Kaczyński, served Poland with boundless energy. He died in the presidential plane on April 10, 2010 en route to Smolensk. He is sorely missed.
Social democracy would have been an easier label to defend – and more accurate.