Putin ... believes that the future lies in putting national interests first. The fact that he has found a soulmate in Donald Trump makes him more assured in this belief, not less.
Is Trump prepared to throw weak allies to the wolves to score political points domestically in the U.S.?
When the new system for tackling crime was introduced by Rudolph Giuliani and Police Chief Bill Bratton, it began with subway control.
[W]ouldn’t it be a shame if the right takes over the issue of economic equality – simply because the left hasn’t been credible enough?
Racism may have been washed green in the form of environmentalism, but it remains just as dangerous.
A large part of the strategy appears to consist of racial polarization.
A little boy lying dead on a beach, a father and daughter face down in a river – that is what deterrence looks like.
[Trump's] strategy is egocentric, and his view of the EU is frighteningly lacking in historical knowledge.
If Assange is extradited to Sweden, the British will be rid of him and the Swedish judge will be stuck with the question of whether Assange should then be handed over to the U.S.
After 500 days in the White House, it is clear that Trump is just as destructive in the role of American president as one might have feared.