[I]t is true that sometimes ... the bully is the victim of the same ignoble means he uses.
This arrogance and instrumental disregard for the institutions of international law are visible in all their coarseness in Bolton’s arguments.
Reopening diplomatic channels is urgent.
Donald Trump is the exact opposite of John F. Kennedy. And, as with every opposite, there are some things in common. The first of these is Kennedy’s and Trump’s direct relationships with the public, which make them populist presidents, and having made careers in television more than in Congress or the Senate. But [Read more]
Trump has always minimized the magnitude of the disaster. This is incomprehensible from any point of view, given ... the undeniable damage.
Many considered him a good president, yet an equal amount questioned him. Trump's performance is making Obama great in hindsight.
The problem with the swamp is that ... it’s done nothing but provide Trump with confirmation that it exists.
[B]y trying to suppress Bannon and others on the right, liberals are likely making their ideas seem more potent.
[T]he engine of history has changed and, along with it, the historical subject, which is no longer the proletariat but the victim.
President Donald Trump has not stopped sending signals that, far from finding a solution, have tended to intensify the differences between Israelis and Palestinians