The tools President Donald Trump uses to build his electoral base and to keep it intact are borrowed from Nigerian scammers.
The rot needs to stop if public trust in government, already at a low, is to be restored. But the prospects for constructive reforms are poor.
In the age of Trump, the EU must strive toward ending its psychological and emotional dependency on the U.S. and be prepared to act unilaterally and independently.
The Binyamin and Donald show threatens to undermine, perhaps irredeemably, the institutions of democracy in Israel and the United States.
Justice Kennedy’s retirement will only worsen the trend of the U.S. Supreme Court serving as a political wing of the Republican Party.
Malaysia achieved an impressive democratic victory. Just don’t expect its success to spread to the rest of Southeast Asia.
Turkey’s June 24 elections and the likely runoff will be determined by the opposition’s ability to stop Erdogan’s rigging attempts.
Last week’s election result is a major milestone in the racial politics of Malaysia. They point to a mature democracy based on the rule of law.
The Trump version of the United States has relinquished its leadership. It is Europe’s responsibility to step in.
The “Chindia reset” may gradually have a transformative effect on China—leaving the founding vision of America for a “Pacific” Asia behind.