The Israeli-American alliance rests on traditional geopolitical considerations but also, as Walter Russell Mead’s new book shows, on much more than that.
American media outlets are offering a bullhorn to regimes that repress democracy and press freedom at home.
Former Polish Defense Minister Bogdan Klich says the Ukraine war has renewed Poland’s traditional transatlantic posture.
Francis Fukuyama examines the dysfunctions of the public sector.
We don't have a Constitution problem. We have an elections system problem.
Iran’s nuclear program is galloping ahead—and the United States is doing very little about it.
George Washington’s eloquence and character quelled a military revolt that could have strangled America’s constitutional government in its cradle.
As winter approaches, Putin aims to recover battlefield losses by crippling Europe’s economy.