[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.
[D]emocrats must find a candidate capable of inspiring Americans, while also being prepared to get down in the mud, the president’s preferred terrain.
By killing its enemy, the United States took the risk of turning him into a martyr.
Will we finally see a woman in the White House? It will be a difficult choice for the Democrats.
To improve the long-term situation, Washington must first work toward improving conditions in Central America, in addition to reforming its own asylum procedures.
Two of the oldest Anglo-Saxon democracies were rescued by ... extraordinary actions that demonstrate the breadth of the crisis eating away at them.
[T]he American drive to contain China in the battle for world leadership is real.
What [U.S. envoy] Khalilzad has negotiated during nine rounds of talks over the last year is just window dressing, a peace agreement without peace.