In a geopolitical context that is increasingly favoring a clash between China and the West, the WHO is navigating in rough waters.
The hour of truth is coming for the Democrats.
Since ... Watergate ... presidents do not give even the faintest impression of interfering in judicial affairs. Trump has flouted this practice since his first day in office.
America cannot afford yet another experiment with an angry populist in the White House.
It is not so much a question of achieving "peace" in the region, but rather taking advantage of 50 years of a policy of "faits accomplis" pursued consistently at the expense of Palestinians.
Trump ... will definitely make it into the history books. Just not in the way he hoped.
Trump's decision-making process in the drone attack that pulverized the car of Gen. Soleimani is appalling.
[T]he Republican Party will find itself facing the same choice ... either accept the new reality and open up to voters of immigrant backgrounds, or keep following the conservative ideas and principles of Trumpian ethnic nationalism.
The issue of relations with Beijing will be one of the new Commission’s tests and be of strategic importance in the context of the U.S.-China trade war.
If Trump divides and polarizes America, this is now true even in baseball and football locker rooms.